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  • Elvis Graceland Round Tile Coaster Set (4)
    Item #: EPAM3768
    Each of these 4 absorbent tumbled stone coasters features an image of Graceland on the top and has a cork bottom, so they won't scratch your furniture. Made in the U.S.A. 4" diameter.
    • $14.99
    • $5.09
  • Elvis Graceland 15oz White Mug
    Item #: EPAM3767
    This 15oz white mug features a large image of the Graceland mansion wrapping around the mug. Made in the U.S.A.
    • $12.99
    • $8.44
  • Elvis Color Changing Mug
    Item #: EPAM3722
    Add a hot beverage and watch Elvis go from Vegas to Memphis!

    Mug is microwave safe.
    FDA Approved.
    Not dishwasher safe.
    Imported.
    • $14.99
  • Elvis Gold Glass Music Box
    Item #: EPAM3761
    Plays the tune, "Love Me Tender".
    Dimensions: 5-1/8" x 3.5" x 2"
    • $39.99
  • Elvis Black Glass Music Box
    Item #: EPAM3760
    Plays the tune, "Don't Be Cruel". Artwork by Joe Petruccio.
    Dimensions: 5-1/8" x 3.5" x 2"
    • $39.99
  • Elvis Black Leather 68 Comeback Special Bobble Figurine
    Item #: EPAM3754
    On December 3, 1968, NBC aired Elvis’ first television special, “Elvis”. The landmark special has since become commonly referred to as the “’68 Special” or the “’68 Comeback”.

    The “’68 Comeback Special” marked his triumphant return to the stage. This beautiful hand-crafted bobble figurine collectible celebrates that historic event.
    Dimensions: 3.5" x 3.5" round base, 8" tall

    Designed and Sculpted in the U.S.A.
    Manufactured in China.
    • $27.99
  • Elvis Dress Up Magnetic Set
    Item #: EPAM3724
    Viva apparel! Dress a magnetic Elvis up in nearly limitless combinations of mix-and-match wardrobes. Dress the Hillbilly Cat for the Ed Sullivan Show, a gig in Las Vegas, or hanging out on a beach in Hawaii. (Imported)
    • $16.99
  • Elvis Pink Cadillac Mints
    Item #: EPAM3736
    Elvis Pink Cadillac Sugarfree Peppermint Mints. 24 pieces/box.
    • $3.99
  • Elvis Gold Lame Studded Satchel
    Item #: EPAM3731
    This satchel is made of denim and synthetic leather, and is gold-tone studded on the front. With a top zipper closure, interior lining, an interior open slip pocket and an interior zip pocket, you're sure to be the talk of the town! 11.25"W x 8.25"H x 7"D.
    • $39.99
    • $24.99
  • Elvis Gold Lame Studded Wallet
    Item #: EPAM3730
    This denim wallet is gold-tone studded on the front and features a snap closure. Interior features a bill compartment, credit card slots, an ID window, and a back zip coin pocket. 7.5"W x 4"H x 1"D.
    • $19.99
    • $9.99
  • Elvis 6ft Jailhouse Rock Acoustic Screen
    Item #: EPAM3633
    Classic black and white photos of the young Elvis Presley, printed on opposite sides of a limited edition four panel room divider. Elvis with guitar in a live performance as well as dancing in "Jail House Rock". Pop images from early in rock and roll history, great for casual home interiors as well creative studio or office decor.

    -Professional quality photo print technology
    -Crisp clear image reproduction
    -Strong, durable primed artist's canvas
    Mounted on sturdy mitered wood frame panels Double hinges let panels bend in either direction

    SPECIFICATIONS
    DIMENSIONS: 4 Panel Room Divider - 53"W x 71"H
    FLAT DIMENSIONS: 63"W x 71"H
    WEIGHT: 10.5 pounds
    • $199.00
  • Elvis Heartbreak Hotel 1956 MerlinGold Coin
    Item #: EPAM3600
    With a voice that was equal parts danger and delight and with hips that shook to the new beat that shocked 1950s America, it’s no wonder that millions revere Elvis Presley® as “the King of Rock and Roll.” If you are one of the King’s loyal musical subjects, you’ll want to own this unique collectible coin in tribute to Elvis Presley’s chart-topping hits as replica 45 RPM records, Elvis #1 Gold. In 1955 RCA Records obtained Elvis Presley’s recording contract from Sun Records, setting the stage for his first pop #1 hit, “Heartbreak Hotel.” Written by Mae Boren Axton, a high school teacher and music promoter, and singer-songwriter Tommy Durden. The tune’s haunting lyrics were inspired by a news item Durden had read about a man who killed himself, leaving a note with a single, sorrowful line, “I walk a lonely street.” Boren suggested that there should be a “Heartbreak Hotel” at the end of the street, and the song was written. Recorded at Presley’s first recording session for RCA on January 10, 1956 with Chet Atkins and Floyd Cramer joining in with his regular band, the Blue Moon Boys, it was shipped as a single on January 27, and topped the charts by spring.
    • $19.99
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