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    Elvis Presley Promotional Items (Various Manufacturers, c. 1950s-60s). This assortment of Elvis Presley memorabilia comes from the family of Ken Moore, who was Elvis' head of security in the late 50s and early 60s. Included are an Elvis 45 record case, three promotional paper caps from GI Blues, and an assortment of glossies, postcards, and printed souvenir sheets. Finally, there's an original copy of the November, 1957 passenger list from the S.S. Lurline which carried Elvis back from his first concerts in Hawaii, and an original vintage photo of Elvis, taken during his Army discharge at Fort Dix in 1960. The photographs and printed material are all in Excellent condition, while the 45 case is missing its original closure strap, and has a name written in pencil on the front.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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