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The offered guitar pick comes from a batch of picks that were custom made for Elvis Presley during the 1970s. Elvis used this variety of pick, as well as several others over the years, on stage when he played guitar. Of the several varieties of picks he employed, the offered style is by far the most iconic. This triangular faux tortoiseshell guitar pick is embossed with the initials “E.P.” on one side. Although it cannot be determined if this example was one with which Elvis played, it was owned by him, and its characteristics match known examples. The pick measures approximately 1 3/4 inches on each side. The pick comes with a copy of a letter of authenticity from Graceland, dated February 10, 2000, from Greg Howell, Director of Exhibitions & Collections. The letter reads “The brown triangular guitar picks with white “EP” monogram in the possession of John Heath is from the Elvis Presley Collection from Graceland Archives, Memphis, TN. These are the original guitar picks used by Elvis Presley tour in 1977.” There are notations on the copied LOA of other times this particular pick changed hands between other collectors over 20 years ago. Near Mint condition.

Elvis Presley Owned “E.P.” Faux Tortoiseshell Triangular Guitar Pick with LOA from Graceland
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Minimum Bid: $500
Final prices include buyers premium: $1,380
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000
Number Bids:9
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