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ELVIS PRESLEY’s iconic white "Eagle" cape made £90,000 at Julien’s auctions
The floor-length cloak, embellished with blue, red and gold studs to create a huge eagle across the back, was worn over Elvis’ white jumpsuit. It is one of the most recognisable items of clothing associated with “The King” and has been copied by Elvis impersonators around the world. A white leather belt ­emblazoned with six eagles that formed part of his ­costume is also for sale. It is expected to fetch up to £40,000


Elvis' favourite Jumpsuit to be auctioned. Over 400 music memorabilia items, including items once owned by Elvis, The Beetles, Marilyn Monroe are being auctioned by www.Gottahaveit.com. Included are Elvis'  Peacock Jumpsuit (see image below) and Elvis' 1967 Clambake Millionaire Suit 

Elvis Jumpsuits: Elvis Presley's iconic stage costumes from the concert era of his career, 1969-1977 officially opened in the visitor center at Elvis' Graceland Mansion in Memphis. While the permanent exhibits at Graceland include: 16  jumpsuits and  56  dazzling Elvis stage outfits. The displays chart the evolution of the design of Elvis' stage-wear, from simple two-piece karate-inspired suits to the famed "jumpsuits" with elaborate rhinestone and matching capes. A selection of accessories, photographs and performance footage complete the exhibit.

After focusing much of the 1960s on his career as an actor, not performing in front of a live audience for over seven years, the triumph of Elvis' 1968 concert television special prompted a permanent return to the concert stage with a sold-out, critically acclaimed month-long Las Vegas engagement in the summer of 1969. Elvis did not want to wear a tuxedo, which was basically the uniform of male crooners working in that town. He was going there to rock.

Wanting something special, he called upon Bill Belew, who had designed the now-classic black leather suit and other outfits for the '68 special. Inspired by Elvis' great interest in karate, Belew came up with simple two-piece gabardine suits in with tunic-style tops and long karate-style belts knotted to one side with the ends dangling from the hip.







The "Peacock" jumpsuit worn by Elvis Presley (above right) has sold for $300,000, making it the most expensive piece of Elvis memorabilia sold at auction. The online sale by auctioneer Gotta Have It! estimate was $275,000 to $325,000. The white outfit with a plunging V-neck and high collar features a blue-and-gold peacock design hand-embroidered on the front and back and along the pant legs. The previous record for an Elvis collectible is $295,000 for one of his classic cars. The most ever paid previously for one of his stage costumes, a bejeweled cape, was $105,250. Both were sold at a 1999 auction at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, run by Guernsey's

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