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    Elvis Presley Related - Shirley Sumner Enoch's Stamps Summer Tour Jacket (1970s). From J. D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet Tours, this jacket was a favorite of the Stamps Fan Club members throughout the US and abroad. This particular jacket was made especially for Shirley Sumner Enoch, daughter of the Stamps' owner and renowned bass singer, J. D. Sumner, who had a long association with Elvis Presley. This is offered from Shirley's personal collection of mementoes of that era, and the gorgeous black and orange satin jacket proudly displays both the Stamps logo and the lightning bolt sanctioned by Elvis in the 1970s. It's in like-new condition. From the J. D. Sumner Archives. Accompanied by a letter of provenance from Shirley Sumner Enoch.

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    February, 2009
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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