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    Elvis Presley - A Collection of Paper Ephemera, 1950s-1970s. Including: 1) sheet music to 'Heartbreak Hotel' from 1956; 2) sheet music to 'All Shook Up' from 1957; 3) sheet music to 'Teddy Bear' from 1957, 4) sheet music to 'Don't Be Cruel' from 1956; 5) sheet music to 'Love Me Tender' from 1956; 6) souvenir menu from The International; 7) another souvenir menu from The International, signed in black felt-tip ink on the cover "Linda Thompson," from 1971; 9) a souvenir menu from The Hilton; 10) another souvenir menu from The Hilton; 11) six color postcards all featuring EP on the front from the 1960s-1970s; 12) 15 miniature wallet calendars from the 1970s; 13) a miniature flyer advertising Elvis "In his first / TV Special!"; and 14) a ticket for the September 26, 1977 show - obviously and sadly a gig the King didn't make.
    Mostly 12" x 9" and smaller

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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