You don’t need to be “the King” to own these jewels. Some 26 authenticated pieces of Elvis memorabilia, including gold, diamonds, sapphires and antique coin rings are up for auction January 7 at Graceland in Memphis, Tenn. — although bids from around the world will be taken via Invaluable.com.
The items include Presley’s 10K gold ring with 56 diamonds; a 14k “TCB” necklace; a gold Baume & Mercier watch Presley gave to Imperials Member Armond Morales at the International Hotel in 1969;a gold “Aztec” ring; and a gold, diamond and black sapphire ring, to name a few. All those items are expected to sell for between $10,000 and $15,000, according to Forbes.
The priciest item up for grabs is a 1914 Indian Head gold 2 1/2-Dollar Coin and diamond ring that was given to Elvis’ Tour Promoter Tom Hulett.