March 30 auction offers hundreds of records, Elvis collectibles

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Attention Elvis fans: More than 650 Elvis Presley-themed lots — even a few owned by the King himself — will hit the sales block March 30.

Bidding starts at 10 a.m. CDT March 30 for the High-Grade Vintage Elvis Presley Collection sale being held at the Sheraton Madison Hotel, 706 John Nolen Drive, Madison, Wis. Lot viewing begins at 8:30 a.m. CDT March 30. Bids will be accepted in person or online, via Proxibid. Check out detailed listings for all of the lots at www.whats4sale.biz.

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The mammoth Jack Edwards Collection of vintage Elvis Presley Records and Memorabilia offers collectors an endearing glimpse into the life and times of Elvis Presley, the undisputed King of Rock & Roll. More than 225 LPs and 140 45s — including foreign, RCA and Sun-label records — are included in the auction. Souvenirs cover the gamut from from pins, photos, posters and plates to one of Elvis’ stage-worn scarves and a piece of carpet pulled Graceland’s famous Jungle Room.

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In addition to all of that vinyl — including several mint and near-mint offerings — the auction features memorabilia. Items include:
• An original "I Love Elvis" pennant from the 1950s
• Tin pins
• Celluloid and flasher buttons
• Stamps issued from various nations
• Fan magazines
• Jewelry
• Music boxes
• In-person fan photos
• Concert books
• Movie press books
• Lobby cards
• Photos
• Vintage sheet music
• Collector cards
• Limited-edition porcelain plates
• Books
• Wall Hangings
• Decanters

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• Auctioneer: Jim Arneson, Reg. Wisconsin auctioneer #836, Neillsville, (715) 797-1319;
• Clerk/Web Master: Ed Newman, Sparta, Wis.;
• Cataloger and Sale Manager: Kurt Kr

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