TENNESSEE (CelebrityAccess) – More than $600,000 worth of jewelry, clothing and other Elvis-related memorabilia has been sold at an auction in Tennessee, according to The Associated Press.
The auction, which was hosted by Elvis Presley Enterprises and took place at The Guest House Graceland Tuesday, was held in honor of what would have been the King’s 84th birthday.
Among the items that reportedly sold were a red velvet shirt ($37,500), a gold and diamond ring that Presley wore on stage and gave to his father ($30,000), a ring Presley gave to singer J.D. Sumner ($22,500), a winter ski jacket and a “Love Me Tender” theater lobby standee.
Presley died in Memphis in 1977.