This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 9/16/2023

Offered are three 45 rpm RCA singles of Elvis Presley's original SUN Records singles. After purchasing Elvis' contract from Sam Philips of SUN Records, RCA immediately re-released the five singles he had recorded for them. They wouldn't be able to get Elvis into the studio until January of 1956 to record new material, and they wanted to try to capitalize on the buzz around their new artist. The records offered here are some of the earliest pressings of these initial RCA singles, including:

  • "Mystery Train" / "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" (47-6357) December 1955 pressing-the earliest RCA pressing of this single based on the matrix numbers;
  • "You're a Heartbreaker" / "Milkcow Blues Boogie" (47-6382) December 1955 Indianapolis Pressing (likely) 
  • "Good Rockin' Tonight" / "I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine" (47-6381) Decmber 1955 Indianapolis Pressing (likely)

All three singles present in minimally Excellent condition, with some slightly nicer.

Three December 1955 Elvis Presley RCA Victor 45 RPM Releases of His Sun Singles – Incl. "Mystery Train", "Youre a Heartbreaker" and "Good Rockin Tonight"
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Minimum Bid: $50
Final prices include buyers premium: $86
Estimate: $200 - $250
Number Bids:2
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