So, How Much Is an Elvis Autograph Worth?

An Elvis autograph or two are usually offered at the major Rock & Roll memorabilia auctions, but the recent Julien’s Legends # 5 auction contained Elvis signatures on a dozen different items.  The prices varied from $384 to $11,520.  Let’s see if we can figure out what made some items much more valuable than others.

Autograph on Scrap of Paper:   $384

This offer included no history or verification, and the tail on the Y in Presley is different than all the others.  So, the buyer is taking a chance that it is real.  Plus, the presentation is terrible.  Couldn’t the seller have trimmed the torn edges and put it in a nice matted frame?

Autograph on Back of Photo:   $625 

             

This is an okay fan photo of Elvis, but to display his autograph, you couldn’t see it anyway.  The upside-down portion of the back says “Summer of ’62 By Lou Hohn.”  Note the tail at the end of Presley.

Signed Christmas Card:   $704  

                     

This postcard was created by the Las Vegas Hilton in 1975.  Clearly visible is the preprinted holiday message “Seasons Greetings, Elvis and the Colonel,” but you have to look close to see the signed message, “To Dennis and Mara from Elvis Presley.”  The unsigned card alone would have value, so this seems to be a pretty good bargain.

Autographed Napkin:   $768 

There is no history given for this item.  I can’t figure out why anyone would pay more for a signed napkin than for the Christmas card.  Maybe the buyer is named Amanda or Pete.

Autograph on Scrap of Paper:   $937 

The premium for this one over the Christmas card really mystifies me.  Maybe it is the lipstick kiss on the corner.  Actually, what Elvis signed is a portion of an American Airlines envelope, obtained by a fan as Elvis was traveling to Los Angeles and passed through Little Rock, Arkansas.  It seems like they should have been able to tell us the date it this occurred.

Autographed Postcard:   $1,408

This is a German color postcard, which probably has some intrinsic value without Elvis’ autograph.  With it, somebody thought it was worth $1,400.

Autographed Photograph:   $1792

                     

This is a vintage publicity photo like they used to sell at Elvis’ early concerts.  Elvis’ signature is printed in the lower right corner, but he also signed it “To Myra, Elvis Presley.”  The rare photo certainly adds a lot to the total value of this item.

Autographed Record Sleeve:   $1920 

                     


The auction website makes no mention of the condition of this record, but in near-mint condition, “Trying To Get To You” is worth around $50.  The song was recorded at Sun Studios and was supposed to be Elvis’ sixth release for the label.  However, his contract was sold to RCA in November 1955, and they released it in early 1956 backed with another Sun recording “I Love You Because.”  The combination of Elvis’ autograph on a historic old record made this item worth almost $2,000.

Autographed Promo Card:   $2,048

               

I don’ know why this item brought such a high bid.  Perhaps it is partly due to the large 11’ X 14” size of the promotional image of young Elvis.  This is another case of the printed signature at the bottom right being much more visible than the one Elvis signed. 

Autographed Book of Sheet Music:   $2,432

           

This Elvis song book was published by Hill and Range Songs Inc. in 1955.  It contains the sheet music for fifteen Elvis songs, which must include a number of Sun recordings that weren’t even released as singles at that time.  So, the song book alone is a rare, valuable collectible, and Elvis’ autograph makes it even better.

Signed Contract:   $4,062

 

This is a great example of how proper presentation can add to the price an Elvis item will bring at auction.  It is a one-page William Morris Agency contract between Elvis Presley and Glen Hardin for a 1973 engagement at the Sahara-Tahoe Hotel.  Hardin was the piano player in the TCB Band, and he received $1,500 per week for his services.  The photo shows one of the jumpsuits that Elvis wore during the engagement, and the plaque explains the story about the contract.  So, this is a winner, but, I think several of the other Elvis autographed items are a better value for the money.

Autographed Shirt:   $11,520

                 

 

There is no question why this autograph brought such a high bid..  Elvis wrote on the pocket of the shirt, and Elvis clothing always bring big bucks.  Big bucks, that is, if the seller can provide a picture of him wearing it.  In this case there are four photos, but Elvis probably wore the shirt only long enough to have the pictures taken.  That’s because the shirt was the prize for a contest by British magazine Mirabelle in 1959. The photo spread is a reprinted page from the magazine announcing the contest.  The writing on the pocket says, “Good luck to the reader of ‘Mirabelle Magazine’ Love Elvis Presley ’59.”  This is a very unique and special Elvis collectible.  They estimated it would go for $10-12,000, and it did, but I wouldn’t have been surprised if it went for even more.

 

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66 Responses to So, How Much Is an Elvis Autograph Worth?

  1. I absolutely love Elvis and would love something signed by him. Where could I get something from?????

    • Ellie: My suggestion would be to follow the auctions that sometimes carry Elvis autographs. Google Heritage Auctions, GottaHaveRockandRoll Auctions, and Juliens. You can sign up to receive email notifications of upcoming auctions. It doesn’t cost anything.

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    • I have an envelope Elvis addressed to ME from his August show in Vegas in 1969. It contains a photo album (made for distribution…not “actual” photos. It was sold at his show at the International Hotel. Who could make a guess as to how much I should ask for it or where to sell it?

      • Hi Lanelle: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.

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      • Hey, what are the best places to buy Elvis autographs? Im always buying if someone has something for sale. kinnunenal”at”yahoo.com

        Kind regards.Aleksi

        • Hi Aleksi:

          I would suggest you sign up at the heritage Auctions website. It costs nothing, but you will receive emails concerning their upcoming auctions. Their music and entertainment auctions usually have Elvis autographs for sale, Or, you could contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.

          Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. Hope you enjoy it.

          Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

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  2. signed fan club letter by elvis 1971-1972,is there any value?

    • Hi Robert: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.

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  4. I have a picture of ginger and elvis that was taken at gingers grandfathers funeral and it is signed by elvis, I also have some letters wrriten to my great grandma fron gingers family that talks about trips to Hawaii and gifts to the family etc. I just found these items since my mom has passed away and was going thru her things, Our family has deep roots back in ark. and I just wanted to know what these letters and picures might be worth?

    • Hi Kim: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authorities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com

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  5. years ago I was employed by universal studios. Elvis Presley was making a movie with Nanette Fabrey(?), don’t recall its name. One day I visited the set and bumped into Red West. We started jawboning and I mentioned to Red that I too grew up in Memphis, about that time Elvis walked up to us and Red said “Hey, this ol’ boy is from Memphis”…Elvis asked what HS I went to, South Side I said…followed with more jawboning. EP invited me to the director’s birthday and picture wrap party. Elvis gave a large poster of himself with the personal message inscribed “To Lou, Long Distance Information Give me Memphis, Tennessee. Your pal, Elvis” Unfortunately the poster was lost during a move.

    I am curious what it might have been worth, had it not have been lost.

    Thanks if you have any thoughts or comment,

    regards, Lou Leggett

    m

    • Hi Lou: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.

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  6. I am interested in the value of my 1968 autographed portrait photo of Elvis Presley.
    It was presented to my Grandmother by Elvis Presley in Memphis TN in 1968.
    It is signed “Easter Greeting Elvis Presley 1968”.
    It is a photo about 4×6” in a 5×7” rectangular brass frame set inside a circular (what appears to be) gold leaf.
    Elvis is by himself wearing a sirt with an open tied low-V-neck, exposing part of his chest.

    • Hi Delane: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.

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  7. I have recently inherited a very old hope chest handed down in my family that was last my great aunts. In a stack of papers I found a letter written by Elvis Presley to my relative Delsie Bunch telling her thank you for making his latest record the hit that it has become. And much more! It says he had recently completed his new picture called “GI Blues” which would be released soon. N preparing to start a new picture. It stated also that he received her most welcomed letter and as always he was happy to hear from her. It’s signed,
    sincerely
    Elvis Presley

    I was just trying to find out any information on this!!
    Thanks
    Kandace butler!

    • Hi Kandie: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.

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  8. I have a autograph photo of elvis in an Arabian out fit how much is it worth

  9. I’m so excited that I found a Elvis picture from his early years that is autographed. The signature is faded but you can make it out. I just am curious what the best course to authenticate and sell it would be. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks, vikki

    • Hi Vikki: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authorities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com

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  10. Hi! Great post! My grandfather worked in radio in the 1950′s and interviewed young Elvis & Johnny Cash when they were on tour together in the beginning. He obtained an Elvis autograph for his sister (my Great Aunt). I’ve never seen it but he said Elvis usually signed on the back of photos. I’ve loved Elvis since I was a child. I guess it runs in my family :)

  11. Hi, I have this picture of Elvis that my mother gave me. She got it at a back door stage I think in Florida she told me. It is black and white 8×10. It does have his signature on the back. I have look at the back. I have not seen this picture on any other sights. Would like to know how to find out how much it is worth. Who would I talk to? Not saying I want to sell just wanted to know what I have here. Can you help. Diane

    • Hi Diane: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authirities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. I hope you enjoy it.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  12. William Wallace

    I have an authenic picture of Elvis Presley with his signature.The picture is of him in his Army suit.Who do I contact about this.They can also contact me if intersted….William Wallace(901)238-1482.

    • Hi William: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authirities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. I hope you enjoy it.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  13. hi
    dos anyone who how much wouild an Elvis signed matchbox from elvis last holiday in march 1977
    is worth .
    regards
    ronnie

    • Hi Ronnie: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.

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      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  14. marsalie zinsmeyer

    I have two 1955, 8-10 photos of Elvis signed by Elvis.
    Many vinyl albums, a couple signed and we are interested in selling. Do you buy?
    If so plz call 830-931-1730
    Marsalie

    • Hi Marsalie: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authirities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. I hope you enjoy it.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  15. I have an autographed photo of Elvis taken in his early career, is this something you would be interested in purchasing? Let me know and I will send photos.
    Thanks,
    Sheila

    • Hi: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authirities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. I hope you enjoy it.
      Phil Arnold. ElvisBlogmeister

  16. I have an Elvis security identification, I have had it about 25 years.It has his address,SS#,height,we3ight and his date of birth with his picture and his signature. Just wondered if there are more like this and what it could be worth.
    Thank You,
    Donna

    • Hi Donna: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net.
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      Phil

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  17. I have an original Elvis Autograph from his early years that was just passed down to me and was wondering the value. Any help would be greatly appreciated

    • Hi Adam: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authirities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. I hope you enjoy it.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  18. Hi! My Dad went into the army with Elvis back in 1957 or 1958. Before they shipped out overseas, they were all in the barracks and Elvis asked if anyone had a deck of cards. My Dad had a deck and said “I do, just deal me in” and Elvis did. They played cards for a while and Elvis signed the Ace of Hearts in red ink for Dad. He still has that deck of cards…I keep telling him it might have some value. Maybe the story is worth more than that deck of cards What do you think without seeing it? (BTW, excellent condition)

    • Hi Bill: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is JPO@olympus.net. For autographed articles, Jerry will provide appraisals based on the assumption that they are valid. For autograph verification, please contact Rich Consola, one of the world’s foremost authirities on Elvis signed material. His e-mail address is rfconsola@roadrunner.com click here for more details http://www.elvisblog.net/2013/01/26/i-was-wondering-what-this-might-be-worth/

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  20. I have a signed autograph guitar of elvis presley its about two an a half foot long. I was told he passed them out at some concerts. It was dated 1975. I was wandering if u could tell me what its worth or who to get ahold of to find out.

    • Hi Carl: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

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  21. I have like 15 or more every rare. No one has seen them. I would like to c if there worth anything

    • Hi Flossie: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

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      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  22. Hi I have some Signed and some nu-signed photo grafts of the King and I am wanting to sell them – could you price them for me.
    My dad had these for years and now I posses them – they are several years old.
    Thanks! CC

    • Hi: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. I hope you enjoy it.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  23. Hello, I am writing you to inquire about an oil painting I came across at my parent’s house. My mother worked for a concert venue and when Elvis was in town she got his autograph. The oil painting is of Elvis and is maybe 30 inches tall by 24 inches wide. He made out the autograph to my mother Patricia, and I believe it says Best Wishes to Patricia or something of that nature. It has some personal message. Do you have any idea of how much something like this is worth? I assume because it is written out to Patricia that could be a good thing (there might be a huge fan named Patricia willing to pay big money for it) and a bad thing because that narrows down the market? I’m not really familiar with the market. Please let me know if you have questions or would need pictures? Thanks for your time

    • Hi Jeremy: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

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      Phil Arnolod, ElvisBlogmeister

  24. Can you tell me where some of these auctions are held? My mother used to write articles for Albert Hand Publications and was also a personal friend to Vernon and Dee Presley and Elvis’ aunt Lillian. We also spent a considerable amount of time with Elvis in the early 60′s. Since mother passed away, I have stacks and stacks of books, cards, promotional materials from Colonel Parker’s office and just about anything else you can think of pertaining to Elvis. I, personally, have a signed makeup towel used by Elvis on the set of Blue Hawaii that I won as a contest prize on American Bandstand in the 60′s. Where would the best auction be to find the buyers for these things? Thank you for any help you can give me.

  25. A friend of mine has a letter from Elvis to his wife with original signature can you help me with what it might be worth

    • Kristie: Hi: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

  26. I have several scarfs that were worn by Elvis at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas in the 70′s. Only one of them has his name on it. Do you know the value of these?

    • Hi Debbie:

      I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogMeister

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  28. I HAVE A AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 PICTURE SIGNED BY ELVIS PRESLEY TO ME IN THE MID 50′S IN TAMPA ,FL…….HOW CAN I SELL IT FOR $$$$$$$$$

    SANDY LODATO

    PH-813 3340075

    • Hi Sandra: I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  29. I have a movie photo of all the dancers from the movie jail house rock. Elvis is in the photo with all the dancers and one of the dancers was my late uncle. Just wondering of waht kind of monetary value something like this would be. Everyone who performed in that seen including Elvis signed it.
    Thanks Tom

    • Hi Tom:

      It sounds like you have an unusual item here that may have some value. In two weeks I will post an article “So, What is Elvis’ Autograph Worth?” Watch for it and it may give some idea of what your autographed picture is worth. For something more specific, I suggest you contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. I hope you enjoy it.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  30. In 1977 when Elvis was in hospital my wife then
    12 years old sent him a get well card. A few months later
    She received a card back from Graceland it was a
    Thank you card and on the inside reads thanks for remembering
    Me during my illness. Signed Elvis Presley can someone
    Email me with what this might be worth. Email lorilanell67@yahoo.com. Thanks

    • I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Phil Arnold. ElvisBlogmeister

    • I also have one of those thank you cards from Graceland when he was ill. My brothers and I also sent him a get well card.

  31. In the Elvis Worldwide 5o Gold Award Hits multi-album set with bonus book- The bonus book is a photo – book- like 8X10 photos – is the last page/photo signature printed on all copies of that or is it possible that my friend has an autographed one? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you for such an informative webite, too. Nice reading material. Almost like going to a museum without leaving the house. THanks again!

    • Billie: Sorry, I have no idea about the signature on this bonus book. I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Phil Arnold, Elvisblogmeister

  32. looking to sell a original signature photo from Elvis Presley call 561 350 8885

    • Shari: You might want to contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

  33. Dee Van De Mheen

    how about a signed ticket from the military police while he was in Germany in 1960? it was never issued to him my father the MP kept it.

    • Dee: Sorry, I have no idea about the value of your signed MP ticket. I just report what items have gone for at auctions. I get a lot of requests like this, so I have created a standard reply. Please contact Jerry Osborne, famous Elvis collector, author and historian. His website is jerryosborne.com, his phone number is 360-385-1200, and his e-mail address is phh46@verizon.net.

      Phil Arnold, ElvisBlogmeister

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