For all you Elvis
Presley fans out there, here is a RARE OPPORTUNITY to own an AUTHENTICALLY
Signed Photo of Elvis Presley from arguably the most extensive and knowledgeable
Elvis Collection in History. Regency-Superior, a leading auctioneer
of fine collectibles, recently offered one of the largest, privately held
collections of Elvis Presley memorabilia ever to hit the market – almost
$2 million worth! We were fortunately enough to acquire two RARE
pieces from that collection.
This is the personal
collection of Mr. Jim ‘E’ Curtin III, a lifelong Elvis fan and
Curtin is one of the leading authorities on
Elvis Presley and the largest collector of Elvis memorabilia in the
Curtin’s knowledge, expertise, and devotion to the king makes him a
living museum, of the life and legend surrounding rock-n-roll's
single and most significant figure.
Curtin was also personal friends with the late and great entertainer from
1970 up until his untimely end in august 1977. He is the only person
in the world to have received one of Elvis's trademark stage jumpsuits
from Elvis himself as a token of his feelings and friendship for
back in 1975.
25 years of collecting autographs and
memorabilia this may be the most solid, extensive provenance we have ever
acquired with items we’ve purchased.
And, at a time when Elvis autographs are HEAVILY forged ,
particularly on the Un-policed Internet Auction sites, this may be
an extraordinarily RARE chance to own a REAL Elvis Presley signed photo. Each
comes with a Certificate of Authenticity Signed by
Curtin. NOT, from a company that
analyzes and makes an evaluation on signatures, BUT from the guy who
OBTAINED THEM IN-PERSON!! From
his PERSONAL FRIEND, Elvis Presley! As a matter of fact, because
MOST Elvis Presley autographs are forged (about 99.5% on the market
including Ebay) these are the first Elvis Presley autographs we have
decided to acquire and sell.
We could go on and on
about this amazing collection. But, read CNN's report for yourself, http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/01/08/elvis.auction.ap/
Jim shaking Elvis's hand on stage -