Chorley’s to sell a strand of the king’s hair

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A strand of Elvis Presley’s hair is being sold by Chorley’s on Thursday 25th February 2010. The vendor, who comes from Gloucestershire, is a keen music buff and bought the strand of hair on a whim through a television auction. The strand is estimated to fetch between £400-600.

It is mounted in the centre of a gold disc inscribed ‘The King’s Authentic Hair’, together with a photograph of the singer and a certificate of authenticity on the reverse.

ElvisElvisIn October 2009 a clump of Elvis’s hair sold at auction in Chicago for US$15,000.

For further information please contact Thomas Jenner-Fust at Chorley’s on 01452 344499, or [email protected]

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