Elvis Presley’s Belongings Go On Sale at Heritage Auctions

Elvis Presley died pretty young, and if he were alive now, he would have been 75 years old. While he was not copying tunes from less fortunate black musicians and claiming as his own, he went ahead and shopped for some of the most expensive stuff in the world back then, and trust me that was a lot of money.

The “King” (of which nation?) is back with a bang to make some money even after his death by selling some of his belongings at the Heritage Auctions’ August 14th Elvis Auction at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis.

Elvis Presley’s White Knabe Grand Piano is expected to fetch more than $1 million and his original 1955 RCA Contract, a signed Graceland Purchase Agreement, personal address book, love letter, jumpsuit and handgun are some of the other stuff that would go under the hammer.

There is also a huge opal ring that would be sold off for an incredible price of $50,000. A while ago I wondered which country’s King he could be, and now I know that if there were a nation of Bling , he would be the king of that land.

Via: Cision Wire

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