Details about Elvis Presley Lot: 45rpm records, CD, Picture sleeves, fanclub card, photos,See original listing
06 Mar, 2015 08:29:28 AEDST
Proctorville, Ohio, United States
Please see pictures. Collection of Elvis Presley items. Lot includes the following items.
1. Picture sleeve for the 45rpm record titled, Playing for Keeps/To Much. RCA # 47-6800. No Record. Fair/good condition.
2. Elvis 45rpm record and Picture sleeve. Burning Love/It's A Matter of Time. RCA # 74-0769. Picture sleeve is in good/very good condition. Very small seam split. Record is in good condition.
3. Elvis 45rpm record and Picture sleeve. My Way/America. RCA # PB-11165. Picture sleeve is poor/fair condition. Record is in good condition.
4. Elvis 45rpm record and picture sleeve. Blue Christmas/Santa Claus Is Back In Town. RCA # 447-0647. Picture sleeve is in Fair condition. Seam split. Record is in very good plus condition.
5. Elvis 45rpm Record: RCA # 47-7240. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck/Doncha' Think It's Time. Fair/good condition.
6. Elvis 45rpm Record: RCA # 447-0647. Blue Christmas/Santa Claus Is Back In Town. Black label Dog on side. Very good condition.
7. Elvis 45rpm record: RCA # PB-10857. Moody Blue/If She Thinks I Still Care. Very good condition.
8. CD. Elvis Speaks. A 60 minute audio CD of candid conversation with the King of Rock and Roll. Comes in generic sleeve. Like new condition.
9. Original official ballot from the USPS to vote on which Elvis stamp you preferred. The Elvis stamp which was released in 1993 was the most popular stamp of all time. This ballot is unused and in near mint condition
10. Elvis Presley's 3rd Grade Report Card. Elvis attended the East Tupelo School in 3rd Grade (years 1943 to 1944). See what kind of Grades the future King of Rock and Roll made. Reproduction.
11. Job application card that Elvis Presley, The future King of Rock and Roll filled out in 1954. Some very interesting information is on card. Examples: Lists Elvis' address, telephone number, S.S. #, Height 5'11", weight 150lbs., past jobs. Also some interesting comments on card such as: Wants factory work at once-must help father work off financial obligations, Rather flashily dressed - "playboy" type. Reproduction.
12. This is a genuine EPE Product. EPE Enterprises/Graceland allowed this item to be reproduced for a very short period of time. It is just like the original which is in Graceland's archives. This is Colonel Tom Parker's Elvis Presley Fan Club Membership Card from 1956.
13. Reproduction of (7) Telegrams that was sent to Elvis' family expressing their condolescences upon hearing of Elvis' death. The telegrams are from people such as: B.B. King, Isaac Hayes and Family, The Jordanaires, Little Richard, Governor George Wallace, Johnny Cash and Ray Blanton.
14. Photo of Elvis Presley and his parents in Tupelo in 1937. Elvis was just 2 years old, long before he became the King of Rock and Roll. Photo is an authentic reproduction of the original photo which is in Graceland's Archives. Comes in a cellophane envelope.
15. Elvis Photo circa 1952-1954. This is an authentic reproduction authorized by Elvis Presley Enterprises. Photo comes in a plastic envelope, original EPE Product. Photo measures 3" x 4-1/4".
16. Elvis very seldom ever wrote letters. This is a letter from Elvis Presley to girlfriend Anita Wood. The letter was written by Elvis while he was in the Army and is 4 pages in length. Reproduction.
17. It is a copy of Elvis' first contract with RCA Records dated November 15, 1955. The contract is 4 pages in length. It is signed by Elvis, Vernon Presley (Elvis' father) and Colonel Tom Parker. Also along with a copy of the contract is a copy On Memphis Hotel Peabody letterhead, a receipt signed by Elvis for the first monies paid to him based on this contract. Reproduction.
18. (3) letters from RCA Manager, Steve Sholes to Elvis Presley. Reproductions.
A. The 1st letter (1 page in length) is dated January 17, 1956 and contains a list of songs that Steve Sholes feels might be appropriate for Elvis to Record.
B. The 2nd letter (1 page in length) dated January 17th, 1956 gives Elvis the scheduled release date of his record Heartbreak Hotel/I Was The One.
C. The 3rd letter (2 pages in length) dated February 6, 1956 discusses the release of Elvis' first album.
19. This authentic reproduction of a letter from Colonel Parker, addressed to Elvis and Vernon. It is dated Jan, 9, 1959. This 2 page letter is very interesting. It is discussing Elvis recording some songs while in the Army and stationed in Germany. The letter is in great condition, though is folded which you can see from the pictures. Reproduction.
20. Application for automobile insurance by Elvis Presley, The future King of Rock and Roll. Insurance is for a 1955 Cadillac and 1956 Plymouth Station Wagon. Reproduction.
I will be listing many rare Elvis 45rpm records, picture sleeves, albums, many import LP's over the next few weeks. Check back often.
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