Elvis Presley’s gold grand piano up for auction
Elvis Presley’s gold-leaf grand piano is going up for auction next month and is expected to be sold for over 1/2 million!
Julien’s Auctions said on Monday (Oct 5) that Presley played the piano at his Graceland mansion. He bought it in 1955 as a gift for his mother. After she died, Presley’s wife Priscilla decided to adorn its original walnut finish with 24 karat gold-leaf as a gift for the couple’s first wedding anniversary in 1968.
Also up for auction is a Beatles logo drum skin used by the band in their first performances in the United States.
The auction house has put no estimate on the skin from the drum kit played by Ringo Starr when The Beatles performed live on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in New York in 1964 for some 73 million TV viewers.
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