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The “lost” jewels of Elvis soon on sale

Many jewels considered “lost” having belonged to Elvis are now resurfacing. They will soon be sold at auction.

Background. At the time, Elvis Presley gave a collection of jewelry to his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. For some unknown reason, the jewelry disappeared from circulation. Nevertheless, experts and historians were well aware that these jewels were in a place on earth.

Fanatics of the King and collectors have been searching for years for this lost collection… However, thanks to Brigitte Kruse, the founder and CEO of GWS Auctions, who tracked down this unique collection, fans can finally see this one-of-a-kind set in the world.

There are no less than 200 pieces of jewelry, including gold rings, cufflinks, watches and chains. It also contains the mythical guitar that Elvis used during his televised comeback in 1968.

Priscilla Presley, the ex-wife of Kings ex-wife, worked with Kruse on the collection, although Priscilla does not own any of the pieces.

“Well, it brings back memories, for sure,” Priscilla Presley told Reuters.

“There are so many products on the market that are not authentic at all and that worries me,” she said.

“I want to make sure it’s going to go to someone who’s going to take care of it, who’s going to love it.”

The pieces in this collection will be up for auction starting August 27.

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