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    Elvis Presley Personally-Owned and Worn Shirt Gifted to His Valet Richard Davis. A handsome light blue long-sleeve shirt with attached dark blue corduroy vest with a tag at the neck from Lansky Brothers of Memphis. This was gifted to his valet Richard Davis who has signed an Affidavit of Authenticity stating, in part: "I Richard Davis... was friends with Elvis Presley since 1962. Among my many duties for Elvis was valet, taking care of Elvis' wardrobe. This blue shirt with the attached corduroy vest was a shirt that belonged to Elvis and one that he wore a lot. Elvis bought this shirt at Lansky Brothers here in Memphis where he shopped most of his life. The shirt was given to me by Elvis Presley." Also included is a COA from RR Auctions. Excellent condition.

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    August, 2012
    14th Tuesday
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