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    Elton John Personally Owned & Used Custom Suitcase. Custom made black tweed and leather suitcase used by Elton John during his various world travels in the mid-70's. Designed by T. Anthony, Ltd of England, the suitcase features a sewn-in leather label beneath the handle bearing John's initials, "EHJ" (Elton Hercules John). In addition to the label, also attached to the suitcase handle is a black suitcase ID card which bears the name "Sir Humphrey Handbag," a pseudo title used by John for numerous years to maintain anonymity during his travels, along with the name and address for Elton's management company, Jon Reid Enterprises. Measures 32 x 20.5. In overall very fine condition, with only very small signs of handling wear at the edges. From The Tom Fontaine Music Memorabilia Collection.

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    April, 2004
    17th Saturday
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