Elvis Presley's empty bottle of the stimulant Dexedrine, measuring 2.25″ tall, with the Memphis Baptist Memorial Hospital label reading: "No. N 34701, Date 9-22-7, Elvis Presley, Dexedrine 5 mg, 30, Dr. Nichopoulos, wsn." In fine condition, with expected signs of use. Accompanied by a copy of a letter of authenticity from Jody Ghanem listing several of Elvis's prescription pill bottles left at the home of Dr. Elias Ghanem in the 1970s; while this specific bottle is not identified, it lists several bottles prescribed by Dr. Nichopoulos on September 22, 1974. Dexedrine, then prescribed as a diet pill, was Elvis's 'upper' of choice during the summer of 1974.
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