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    Elvis Presley Pair of Cuff Links, Circa 1970s. Gold-plated, square-shaped measuring .5" x .5" with an "E" engraved on both; included with two letters of provenance about this jewelry signed by famed Elvis Presley collector, Jimmy Velvet; the first one dated "1-3-81," handwritten on Elvis Presley Museum letterhead, reading in part "I hereby certify that ...cuff links...came from Joe Esposito;" the second one dated "1-5-82," typed on smaller Elvis Presley Museum letterhead, reading in part "...Joe (Esposito) sold the items (including these cuff links) to the museum and we have now sold them to Rich Hovey." (Please note there are scratch marks on cuff links as they were evidently worn.)


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    Auction Dates
    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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