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3717 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Only 10 minutes from downtown and 3 minutes from the Memphis Airport.
3600 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Free walk-ups to the Meditation Garden are daily from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
The auction featured artifacts from the Scotty Moore Estate as well personal and professional Elvis artifacts.
With Hundreds of guests celebrating the grand opening of Graceland’s new entertainment complex Elvis Presley’s Memphis, music fans and collectors in Memphis and around the world participated in the eighth “Auction at Graceland” on site in the new Guest House at Graceland luxury resort hotel’s 464 seat theater and online in hopes of going home with a piece of Elvis history. Presented by Graceland Auctions, the auction brought just under the highest estimates. All of the items in the auction were from third-party collectors and none of the items included in the auction came from the treasured Graceland Archives.
The auction featured rare and unique artifacts expertly authenticated by Graceland Authenticated, including memorabilia from the Scotty Moore collection, and Elvis’ personal and professional life.
Auction highlights include:
Elvis Presley Owned and Worn Gold and Diamond Panther Head Ring Gifted to Tour Promoter Tom Hulett, Sold for $15,000
Elvis Presley Stage-Worn Diamond and Opal Ring, Sold for $15,000
1957 RCA Award to Colonel Tom Parker for Making Elvis Presley's "That's When Your Heartaches Begin" a Million Seller, Achieved $18,750
Elvis Presley Owned and Heavily Notated Copy of "The Impersonal Life" Gifted to His Aunt Delta, Achieved $8,125
Elvis Presley Signed (and Heavily Used) Texaco Gas Card, Sold for $7,500
Awards and Artifacts from the Estate of Scotty Moore:
Scotty Moore's Gold Record Award for 1954 Sun Record "That's All Right," Achieved $5,250
Scotty Moore's Personally Owned Promotional Photo of "Elvis, Scotty and Bill," Which Provided the Cover of 1979 LP "The First Years," Sold for $6,250
Sun Records 78 of "That's All Right" in Framed Display Presented to Scotty Moore by Dean Beard, Dalton Moore Jr. and Jack Clement, Achieved $4,250
Scotty Moore's Stax Records Gold Record Award for Booker T. & the M.G.'s "Green Onions," Sold for $4,250
Click here for a complete list of all items and final sale prices.
All of the prices realized include a 25% buyer's premium. To have an artifact considered for inclusion in future Graceland Auctions, please email [email protected]. For more information about how to submit items for authentication by Graceland Authenticated, please visit gracelandauthenticated.com.
Graceland's new entertainment complex, "Elvis Presley's Memphis," opened March 2, 2017, and features a new Elvis Presley career museum, automobile museum, performance soundstage, pop culture exhibits, restaurants and retail.
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