Elvis Presley’s Piano is up for $1million along with other memorabilia


Even though it has been more than three decades since his death, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll is still breaking records! A grand white Knabe piano played by Elvis Presley was estimated to fetch an astonishing $1 million at an auction organized by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex in New York. And Elvis’s fans can also grab hold of his most famous stage outfits – gold and blue jumpsuit and cape for $150,000. Here is an image of Anthony Sabestinas of gottahaveit.com as he shows a blue jumpsuit and cape with the gold lining that Elvis Presley wore at a Madison Square Garden performance. Presley’s signature sunglasses and gold and diamond owl ring are also on sale. Other sale items include a seventh-degree Black Belt karate card, complete with Elvis’s signature and fingerprints, which is valued at $10,000. And for many of us with not-so-deep pockets, numerous magazines are featuring Presley on the cover and several action figures of Presley with starting bids of $US10. The auction started yesterday that is 16th March, and ends 25th March.
[Yahoo]

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