SIGNATURE RECORD PLAYER

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In 1956, RCA offered the 7-EP-45 Elvis Signature record player, commemorating RCA’s recording contract with Elvis, and his recording hit “Blue Suede Shoes”.

PORTABLE "AUTOGRAPH MODEL" ELVIS PRESLEY ENTERPRISE'S 1956

11  X 13 X 6

IT HAS A DARK BLUE TWEED PATTERN ON CASE .

 

TOP VIEW OF THE GOLD ELVIS PRESLEY SIGNATURE.

THERE WERE TWO MODELS OF "ELVIS PRESLEY  AUTOGRAPH" THE ONLY DISTINGUISHING MARK IS THE GOLD INLAY OF ELVIS AUTOGRAPH ON THE TOP COVER . THIS MODEL IS A FOUR SPEED .

     

All these players came with a gold sticker designating the model and serial number of the unit.  They were either placed on the lower right side corner of the tube access panel, or on the inside back part of the lid. The tube location chart was glued on the inside bottom of the case, so you can only see it after removing the tube access panel and record changer board (6 oval-head Phillips brass wood screws). The RCA script located on the front is black on the 6-EY-3A & B models, and white on the 6-EY-3C and 7-EP-45 models. The carrying handle on the 7-EP-45 was clear plastic.

   

MANUEL RECORD CHANGE PLAYER VALUE $1000

THERE WERE TWO MODELS OF "ELVIS PRESLEY  AUTOGRAPH" THE ONLY DISTINGUISHING MARK IS THE GOLD INLAY OF ELVIS AUTOGRAPH ON THE TOP COVER . THIS MODEL IS A FOUR SPEED .

NUMBER CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE LID. MODEL # 7-EP-2