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    Elvis Presley Fan Letters (c. 1958). Elvis' popularity didn't diminish when he entered the Army in March 1958, and his fans continued to send volumes of mail to him, from all around the world, for the duration of his time in the service. Here we have a collection of ten letters which were discovered by the family of one of his staff members, and which have never before been in circulation or offered for sale -- some of the letters are still sealed! Most of the letters bear postmarks from June 1958, and each one is a fascinating time capsule into how Elvis' fans viewed and appreciated him at this early point in his career. We've shown the contents of just a few here, but all envelopes do include the original letters to the King. All are in Very Good condition, with some paper yellowing due to age and slight tears to the envelopes, where opened. Included with the letters is a selection of vintage late 1950s printed promotional materials, all in Excellent condition.

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    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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