Elvis Presley Personally Owned 1944 Martin O-17 Guitar, LP, and Poster From from Girls, Girls, GirlsClick the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionElvis Presley Personally Owned 1944 Martin O-17 Guitar, LP, and Poster From from Girls, Girls, Girls Elvis' own guitar was used to promote his 1962 movie Girls, Girls, Girls. It comes from The King's bodyguard/wardrobe manager, Richard Davis, who was gifted the instrument by Vernon Presley upon Elvis' passing in 1977. It's in remarkably fine condition, with very few nicks and overall minimal wear and tear. Guitar includes non-original hard case. Also included here is a 28" x 22" poster from the movie in Good condition, with a fold down the middle, and a German copy of the soundtrack LP in VG-EX 6 (cover)/ EX 7 (disc), featuring the title track and Elvis' big hit "Return To Sender." The original RCA inner sleeve is also present. Davis relates a humorous story about moving this and other personal items of Elvis from California to Memphis. Includes notarized COA from Richard Davis. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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