17 December 2004
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ELVIS PRESLEY PRINTED CONCERT SCARF
A large white scarf with a blue printed facsimile signature of Elvis Presley on one corner, most likely from a concert in the 1970s. During the later phase of his career, a centerpiece of Presley's concert performances involved Presley draping scarves over his neck and then handing them out to screaming members of the audience as souvenirs. This scarf, made from a synthetic blend was left over from Presley's final tour, and was to be used on the subsequent tour that never happened. Also present is a letter of authenticity.
32 x 32 inches
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