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561   Elvis Presley  $300 $1391 $1531 16 You must login to place a bid.

#561 - Elvis Presley

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Desirable twice-signed ‘Elvis’ album
Description                           Estimate: $2,000+          

Elvis album signed on the back cover in black ballpoint, “Elvis Presley,” who also signs on the inner sleeve, “Many thanks! Elvis Presley.” In very good condition, with scuffing, toning, staining to bottom edge, and irregular surface emulsion on the front in a few places. The record is included. Accompanied by a copy of a provenance letter from the sister-in-law of the original recipient, an Army medic who served in the same unit as the King. Pre-certified REAL.

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