Notable items to be offered include a recently discovered cedar chest belonging to Elvis, believed to have moved with the family from Tupelo to Memphis. Manufactured in 1944, the historic cedar chest remained in the Presley family for four decades and comes with extensive documentation. Additional items include Elvis-owned jewelry and wardrobe, including the first ring he ever purchased in 1954, Tanya Tucker's passport, and stage and TV wardrobe from music icon Jerry Lee Lewis.
"We pride ourselves in bringing forth truly one-of-a-kind artifacts that have never been offered before, and this auction is no exception,” says Stephen M. Shutts, President of Rockology Auctions, who also may be recognized as the co-host of the popular CMT reality series, “Raiders of Rock."
Rockology Auctions, unlike other auction houses, specializes in authenticating, appraising and curating prior to liquidation. Stephen M. Shutts, President of Rockology Auctions, brings 35 years of collecting knowledge to the homes of celebrity clientele who wish to consolidate and downsize their personal holdings, and at the same time, providing cherished career memorabilia to fans, private collectors and public museums.
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