ELVIS PRESLEY MUSEUM

1972 King Of Beasts

ELVIS PRESLEY'S LION HEAD RING

WORN BY ELVIS AT GRACELAND IN 1972

14K GOLD

2 DIAMONDS, 1 IN EACH EYE.


Accompanied by certificate of authenticity with a Notary Public seal hand signed by William  R. Bond in which he explains the story about the ring, how it slipped off Elvis' finger and rolled on to the floor at Graceland in 1972 and Lamar Fike stepped on the ring and bent the band of the ring.


Accompanied by a Elvis Presley Museum certificate of authenticity hand signed by Jimmy Velvet.

Reads in part that it was the 'Personal property of Elvis Presley. Lion Head ring. This 14k gold lion head ring was worn by Elvis in 1972. One night at Graceland, Elvis dropped the ring on the floor and one of his Memphis Mafia Members accidently stepped on it and smashed it. The ring was never repaired.

Signed Jimmy Velvet

Jimmy Velvet, President and Chairman








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