Elvis Collectables: Own a Hunk of Burning Love

From the piano Elvis played at Graceland to the performance jumpsuits he wore on stage, take a look at a rare collection of the King's personal belongings and memorabilia that have been auctioned off.

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Elvis Presley passed on a long time ago, but you can still pay absurd money to own trivial items that were once in their proximity. Check out some of the personal possessions which are currently on the bidding block, and which ones have been in the past.
This Elvis Presley autographed photograph inscribed to Dr. Nick by Elvis, "To Dr. Nick, My friend and Doctor. Sincerely, Elvis Presley" will be on auction at Julien's Auctions Summer Entertainment Saleon June 26 and June 27, 2009, in Las Vegas.
You can also bid on a bottle for Benadryl 50mg prescribed to Elvis Presley on Aug. 15, 1977, one day before The King's death, at Julien's Auctions in Las Vegas this summer.
Who doesn't want to own a glass nasal douche that was used before each concert to irrigate Elvis Presley's sinuses with a mixture of warm salt water? How much do you think the starting bid on this gem will be?
One of Elvis Presley's diamond rings is also up for grabs at Julien's Auctions Summer Entertainment Sale. This hunka hunka diamonds would make a nice addition to any collection.
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Elvis fans only had a week to get their bids in for a weeklong online auction hosted by Gotta Have Rock and Roll!. The site had 500 Elvis-related items from his signature shades to a case of pencils which registered users could bid on. Elvis' signature blue jumpsuit and gold-lined cape will never go out of style. 6 people bid on this fashionable ensemble, the final bid ending at $212,588.40.
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What kid wouldn't love to color a scene from "Girls! Girls! Girls!"? Two unused coloring contest sheets promoting the King's 1962 film went unsold at the auction.
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Not only could the man sing and dance, he was also a seventh degree black belt. This karate card -- complete with thumbprints in red ink. this prize went for an amazing $21,260.40!
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Keep Elvis on your lips with his "Heartbreak Pink" lipstick, accompanied by its original 1956 display card. This fine piece only cost the new owner $480.00.
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Rock out like the King with this yellow-and-red plastic toy guitar, but be prepared to plunk down some serious coin. The instrument sold for $720.00.
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Four astrological charts drawn for Elvis, his wife Priscilla and his mother -- along with a 23-page typewritten interpretation sold for $4,680.00.
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Nothing spells style like a colorful vinyl key-chain and change purse in the shape of Elvis' head. This memento went for $240.00.
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A set of multi-colored pencils, each etched with "Sincerely Yours, Elvis Presley," and two Elvis pencil sharpeners sold for $400.80.
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A bottle of Elvis' "Teddy Bear Eau de Parfum," circa 1950, is in mint condition and could have been your fragrance de jour for $114.00.
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Bolster your DJ set up with this signature record player that was designed to look like a suitcase. The vintage player sold for $715.20.
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Blow your nose in style with two Elvis handkerchiefs circa 1956. These two snot rags sold for $360.00.
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Elvis in 3-D! This souvenir set of Elvis Presley Graceland View-Masters comes with three reels of 21 three-dimensional pictures. Nine people bid on this souvenir set, putting the final bid at $150.00.
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Elvis' white Knabe & Co. piano was the prized item in the auction and was going for a minimum $500,000. The King used the piano at Graceland from 1957 to '69 until wife Priscilla bought him a gold-plated piano for their anniversary. This Item had no takers, nobody even bid the minimum.
For all the gals who need to keep those sweaters conservatively and fashionably together, there is the dog tag sweater holder! Both tags feature a picture of Elvis engraved and his blood type. The stylish 1956 piece went for $156.00.
Drown a pint of beer with a friend with this set of matching tumblers featuring the singin' King reached a final bid of $270.00
Forget the bobble head wave. Get yourself an 8" bronze-colored plastic figurine of the King. Can you believe that nobody bid on this item?
Elvis believed this owl ring gave him "all knowledge," and is said to have said it aloud to himself from time to time. You could have owned and worn this 14KT gold and diamond ring for only $40,388.40!
Who needs a locket when you can have this "Love Me Tender" silver metal necklace with a 2" heart and Elvis' face? The necklace, along with the original 5" x 7" display card, went for $363.60.
Elvis performed only once at the Grand Ole Opry in 1954 - receiving a polite response from the audience. The King is featured on page 2 of the souvenir program, along with Ray Price and Tennesse Ernie, which sold for $363.60.
Watch Elvis come to life in this pocket flip-book, "Jailhouse Rock." The hip-shaking King could have been yours for $114.00.
Sport these vending machine mini pinback buttons on your messenger bag to show your Elvis love. A set of 16 was estimated at $50-$75, but ended up selling for 330.00.
All the true Elvis fans would flip for this oil painting, especially when the King dons his black and gold cape and his "Elvis World Championship" belt. This hot "above the fireplace" item went for $1,694.40.
Here's one the kids can enjoy. The "Aloha Hawaii" action figure is in mint condition and was only estimated at $50-$75. The figure ended up selling for considerably more at $589.20.
Show who's boss in town when you wear this Elvis Superstar sheriff's bronze metal pin. The star went for $30.00.
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