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    Elvis Presley Portrait Prints with Receipt. A pair of 22" x 28" portrait prints of Elvis in the suit he wore during his three-day stint at Madison Square Garden in June 1972. These are from a series of 50 prints of a portrait by artist Loxie Sibley, commissioned by Colonel Tom Parker. The prints are accompanied by a letter of receipt from Parker, dated August 5, 1972 on Las Vegas Hilton letterhead and signed twice by Sibley. Parker intended to frame the prints and offer them as gifts to a select few, but this never came about. The prints and the letter are all in Excellent condition. Previously sold by Guernsey's in 1999. Accompanied by a COA from Rick Consola. This lot requires third party shipping.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2010
    14th Saturday
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