This Post Will Self-Destruct in One Week

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2 responses to “This Post Will Self-Destruct in One Week

  1. To Whom It May Concern HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
    I purchased 2 rings at an Auction a number of years ago and I am downsizing and need to sell them. I don’t have an Elvis heir…lol..no one in my family is an Elvis fan.

    The rings are verified and have provenance to prove that the rings belonged to Linda Thompson and the rings were given to her by Elvis in the 70’s. The rings were originally sold at an auction at Christys Auction House in New York. They were purchased as an investment and eventually made their way to Al after their owners demise.
    One of the rings is beautiful diamond and emerald…the second one, I had sized up and it is a huge rock crystal with diamonds. if YOU KNOW ANYONE WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED OR KNOW WHERE I CAN SELL THEM…If you are interested in them or if you can help me sell them I would appreciate your input and advice
    AUGAL2605@AOL.COM
    THANKS!!!

    • Hi Karen: 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. You should also check Graceland.com about the auctions they now hold during Elvis Week each year. Heritage Auctions has sold many Elvis rings over the years. You could Google them and look on their website for information on placing your rings on a future auction.

      Thanks for reading ElvisBlog. Hope you enjoy it.

      Phil Arnold, Original ElvisBlogmeister

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