Lot 47
  • 47

Her Grace's Collection of Elvis Presley Ephemera

500 - 1,000 GBP
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  • card, vinyl, paper, metal, magnet, plastic
An E.P.E. Official Product Telemania limited edition novelty 'Singing and Dancing Telephone' (C) 1996, cased
Two key-rings
A small printed circular box
Two plastic bags from Graceland
An 'Easy Come Easy Go' record, published Camden Records, 1972, now moulded into a bowl
A simulated 'Elvis' 1 dollar note
Five Elvis fridge magnets
A 'Tiny Tomes / Elvis The Legend' miniature book
Two Elvis button fridge magnets
Two small tins of breath mints
A printed fabric hanging 'Graceland' from the Andy Warhol Collection produced by Andrew Martin
Elvis Presley's Graceland, The Ultimate Graceland Tour DVD, Elvis Presley Foundation 2007
'The King' printed porcelain mug
A Franklin Mint wristwatch hung with charms, cased
A tin of Elvis Presley playing cards
Two further packs of playing cards
Two RCA cassettes 'Amazing Grace - His Greatest Sacred Performance'
A portable 'Legends' ashtray
A 'Legends' lady's compact mirror
Two German magazines with accompanying DVD free gift
A tin sign printed 'He Dared to Rock July, 5, 1954, That's All Right'
Five Christmas Tree Elvis inspired decorations
A polychrome resin Elvis and surfboard ornament
A 'Bradford Exchange' King of Rock and Roll ornament
A painted ceramic wall plaque by Janice Raynor, A Ms Understood Prod. 2007, titled That's Alright Mama, exhibited Elvis's Teddy Has Left The Building, Newtown NSW, Australia
A Zadig & Voltaire printed navy long sleeve t-shirt 'Love Forever Elvis', size large
A knitted British new wool Elvis Presley scarf by Jean Birch-Leonard
A Wrebbit 350 piece 3-D jigsaw puzzle of Graceland
A modern The King birthday card and plain Born to Rock postcard
A 'Grow The King' expandable toy
Alf Burnell, three quarter length portrait of Elvis Presley, acrylic on canvas
A pair of Mexican Elvis bottle top pendant evening earrings
An E.P.E. cardboard cut-out, (almost life-size) of 'The King'
Mann, May, Special Collector's Edition, Elvis and the Colonel, Drake Pub. Ltd. New York, 1977
Keogh, Pamela Clarke, Elvis Presley, The Man. The Life. The Legend., Simon & Schuster, London, 2004
Presley, Lisa Marie (fwd), Elvis Presley's Graceland, Official Guidebook, E.P.E. Graceland, rev. ed. 2009
An E.P.E. 2011 Official Elvis Calendar
BMG records presentation disc set, framed and glazed, Presented to The Duchess of Devonshire / In recognition for her continued support of Elvis Presley from BMG records and The Day Team at Chatsworth
Five Elvis Presley records
Two Boxed sets of CD compilations, one with commemorative 'Collectable Stamps'
A vintage Elvis Presley pocket knife printed 'Elvis Presley King of Rock n' Roll 1935-1977'
Three modern photographic prints of Elvis Presley (two the same image)
An RCA 7" of The Wonder of You and Mama Liked the Roses, 1974
An Elvis / Summer Festival / Las Vegas Hilton / Complimentary Menu
Hand, A (ed.) Elvis Monthly, no. 5, 5th Year, 1964
Four modern photographic prints by Alfred Wertheimer; Going Home; Elvis Sings to the Hound Dog; A-Frame; Grilled Cheese 20 Cents, published by the New York Times, each signed l/l in ink by A. Wertheimer


Gifted or presented to Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire (1920-2014)
The BMG presentation framed disc set was a gift from the BBC 'Day' team who were in Derbyshire filming a week of programmes on the Chatsworth estate in 2003


Bakewell, Derbyshire, Chatsworth, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, 90th Birthday Exhibition, March-October 2010 (the telephone, fabric hanging and pop-up book)


The Elvis phone illustrated in the Blue Drawing Room, The Duchess of Devonshire, Chatsworth, The House, London, 2002, p. 173

The Duchess writes, 'A friend in New York gave me the Elvis telephone. 'Jail House Rock' comes over loud and clear instead of a bell or the more modern noise that announces a call'.


These items are second hand and sold without warranty. Electrical items are being sold as decorative items only and are not tested. Sotheby's recommend that these are checked by a professional electrician. They are sold as seen. Similarly DVDs, CD's and Cassettes are sold without testing and may no longer work. Mints not for human consumption - decorative only. Gallery viewing is strongly recommended for interested parties. The telephone lacks its connecting cable
"In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue.