For the first time, significant material from the archives of Graceland(r) relating to the career of Elvis Presley will be made available to the public through an auction being held by Guernsey's on behalf of Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE). This official catalogue highlights more than 2,000 pieces of Elvis(r) memorabilia offered for sale, including some of Elvis' personal possessions and other significant artifacts. Each and every page features scores of fascinating objects, such as Elvis' army fatigues and concert jump-suites, Elvis' personal address book with his handwritten entries, a rare 1971 Cadillac station wagon once owned by Elvis, and the much publishing contract for the hit "Heartbreak Hotel." Comprehensive and informative essays-contributed by notable figures such as Jack Soden, President and CEO of EPE, and Sam Phillips, the founder of Sun Records (where Elvis got his start)-round out this extraordinary catalogue.
Elvis' movies, his many concerts, his very words are presented in never-before-seen documents. Particularly meaningful is the fact that every item in the auction will be accompanied by certification indicating that these items are from the Presley Estate. Elvis fans and collectors worldwide will be transfixed by one of the most memorable auctions in history, a major media event to be held at the beautiful MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Guernsey's is the record-setting auction house that recently conducted the remarkable sale featuring over 600 items relating to the career of President John F. Kennedy. The auction house is based in New York City.
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