Rare and valuable 2
1960's Christmas Card from RCA. I had never seen this card before, until I was fortunate enough to get it from a former RCA employee.
The card has "Season Greetings on the front, and when opened it displays 3 pictures. Herb, Elvis, & Grelun. Herb & Grelun are RCA employees.
And the next page has the RCA Victor "Nipper". The back is blank.
Album Record Rack devider
1956 E.P.E ENTERPRISES Elvis Pillow
measures 10 x 10
made is several colors and different songs to the front. Back is blank.
1956 E.P.E ENTERPRISES Elvis Hankerchief
made in blue and red atrim.
A very rare Fan Club form still intact.
Card alone Value - $50.00
Value - $150.00
1958 stationary from the office of Col Parker . Its become extremely rare and sought after by collectors.
There is also a line of Elvis photos at the bottom , but it did not fit on the scanner. Size is 15 x 3/4 12x14.
You will find many of the early RCA contracts use this stationary. Value depending on condition. $175.00 a sheet.
This 1956 Elvis Presley Enterprises photo wallet was available in red,cream,and bark. It originally sold for $1.00.
Current Value $600
1956 Elvis Presley Enterprises can be found on the button of the back of the wallet.
Wallet opened , it has department for change and photos plus the department for your dollar bills.
Hit Star Bubble Gum Card . This is one card out of 62 different stars. Value $75.00
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These plastic belts were for Children and came in 2 designs; the straight
belt (top) was for boys, while the V style was for girls. While both are rare,
the V style is the rarer of the two & was also available in the even rarer
colors of black & pink. Both have the Elvis Presley Enterprises trademark.
These are becoming extremely hard to find and are valued are around
£915.00 [US$1,500]. However I personally think that is too high and I would
place a more realistic price of £480.00 [US$800.00] for the straight belt and
around £610.00 [US$1,000.00] for the V shaped belt.
"Teddy Bear " EAU DE PARFUM
4.5" tall 2 fluid ounce bottle by Teen-Age Perfumes Inc. ©1957 Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc.
Value bottle $500
Box value $100
There is no writing on the box.
Elvis Presley Perfume (Eau de perfume)
Elvis Presley Enterprises 1965
note it says on the bottle 1957 but its not.
Reads Elvis Presley,s Teddy Bear
Value $ 75.00
VERY RARE ELVIS PRESLEY YOUTH CENTER ENVELOPE. HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER. FROM THE MCCOMB ESTATE
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1964 BOOKLET. YOU HAD TO SEND AWAY FOR IT. THERE WAS A COUPON IN ONE OF THE GREATEST HITS LPS. THIS BOOKLET IN MY OPINION IS THE BEST THING RCA EVER PUT TOGETHER. THERE IS ALSO A PINUP POSTER . THIS BOOKLET WAS PUT OUT WITH AND WITH OUT THE POSTER. THIS BOOKLET CAN BE FOUND ON THE NET BEING SOLD FOR $150.00
THE ABOVE FRAME WAS GIVEN OUT AS A GIFT AT THEATERS WHEN YOU WENT TO SEE A ELVIS FILM IN 1956. THERE WERE 3 DIFFERENT FRAMES. ON THE BACK AT THE TOP . COPY RIGHT 1956 ELVIS PRESLEY ENTERPRISES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
1956 black rimmed hat with various drawings of Elvis and classic song titles silk screened on the crown. Size reads large, most likely a child's large. Comes with original tag. Elvis Presley Enterprises value $175.00 WITH TAG ATTACHED
HAT WITHOUT SPECIAL TAG VALUE $175.00
HAT TAG BY ITSELF (NO HAT) VALUE $50.00
1956 e.p.e enterprises Elvis ring, very hard to find
Known as a flasher or Double Image Ring
one size fits all due to an adjustment at the back of the ring.
THIS IS SAID TO BE THE RAREST OF ALL ORIGINAL 1956 ELVIS PRESLEY COLLECTABLES.
Poodle Skirt by Little Jean Toggs .several variations exist including
ones made of denim and ,felt and corderoy. The designs may also vary.
DRINKING GLASS .
THE BACK IS MARKED "COPYRIGHT ELVIS PRESLEY ENTERPRISES ALL RIGHTS RESERVED " 1956 VALUE $500.00
REPRODUCED AND SOLD AS SUCH IN THE LATE 80'S AND EARLY 90'S IN MEMPHIS IN SOUVENIR SHOPS . THESE ARE OF A LIGHTER ,THINNER GLASS ,AND THE GOLD PRINT IS LIGHTER THEN ON THE ORIGINALS. THE DATE IS ALSO MARKED ON THE GLASS.
1961 BLUE HAWAII PROMOTIONAL STANDEE FOR THE LP.
value for albums issued in 1960-1964 $200
for albums issued in 1965 - 1971 $150
for albums issued in 1960 $300
for albums issued after 1971 $100
large folder file. on the inside there is a completed description of the car.
on the back side there is a nipper and a stamp that has the year 1968 . plus stamped all star shows
This free gift bag was for a friend of the Colonels. Its one of the plastic bags , this is the Tahoe bag. Whats cool is the Elvis and The colonel light weight cardboard that is stapled to it.
You can see her name written at the bottom. I was told inside you would find an LP some photos of E and other little trinkets the Colonel would want to get rid of.
above and below:
it is an invitation to the premier of Frankie and Johnny in
Hollywood with the original mailing envelope. above is the outside. it opens like a card. below is the card open ,and the original envelope
1972 RCA ca lander card from Germany
1950S SUN SLEEVE .BUT MANY PEOPLE ARE UN AWARE THAT THERE WERE NO SLEEVES ON ELVIS'S SUN RECORDS. THEY WERE SOLD IN BROWN GENERIC SLEEVES. MANY COLLECTORS SHOW THEM WITH THIS SLEEVE BECAUSE THEY LOOK BETTER. VALUE $50.00
DICK GROB AND SAM THOMPSON DESIGNED THIS STATIONARY ON WHITE LINEN TYPE PAPER WITH A GOLD "TCB LOGO" AND LIGHTENING BOLT LOGO AT THE TOP. THE WORDS "TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS" WERE PRINTED IN GOLD ACROSS THE TOP. THE ADDRESS OF ELVIS PRESLEY ENTERPRISES WAS PRINTED AT THE BOTTOM IN GOLD LETTERING. EACH MEMBER OF THE GROUP, WHICH WAS TO RECEIVE THIS STATIONARY FOR USE, WOULD HAVE THEIR NAME PRINTED AT THE TOP UNDER THE "TCB" LOGO IN BLACK INK. STATIONARY USED BY ELVIS WOULD NOT HAVE ANY NAME PRINTED AT THE TOP. MAKING THIS STATIONARY ELVIS'S. SIGNED BY MY GOOD FRIEND DICK GROB
1978 BOXCAR BUBBLE GUM SERIES