Elvis Presley’s white grand piano could fetch more than $1 million
If you are an ardent fan of Elvis Presley, the undisputed King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, you cannot afford to miss the Heritage Auction Galleries’ Signature Elvis Memorabilia Auction, Aug. 14, in Memphis, Tennessee. At the auction, the Elvis collectors will get a chance to bid for the King’s beloved White Knabe Grand Piano that graced the music room at his Graceland mansion from 1957 to ’69. The centerpiece of the Elvis Auction, the piano is expected to sell for more than $1,000,000. Other items in Elvis memorabilia going under the hammer include a 1976 Triumph TR-6 Convertible ($70,000+), custom gold-framed sunglasses ($20,000+), his personal address book ($3,500+), a .22 Harrington & Richardson Revolver ($8,000+), the Elvis Presley and parents signed Graceland sales contract ($35,000+), a handwritten and signed four-page letter written to his then-girlfriend Anita Wood in 1958 ($75,000+) and his stunning opal ring ($50,000+). The Ultimate Elvis Auction will take place live at The Peabody Hotel on Saturday, August 14 in Memphis, TN.
Via: Cision Wire