ELVIS PRESLEY'S JACKET! ELVIS PRESLEY. Velvet bolero style jacket owned by Elvis and given to his personal hairdresser, Homer M. Gilleland, known as Mr. Gill. The wine colored, four-buttoned short jacket bears a "Mr./Ray's/Palm Springs" label. Accompanied by a Typewritten Statement signed: "Homer M Gilleland/8-14-91". In full: "To whom this may concern. My name is Homer M. Gilleland. For over 20 years preceding his death, I Was the personal hairdresser of Elvis Aaron Presley. During my employment as Elvis' hairdresser, he gave me as gifts numerous Items of clothing and personal property. This wine colored velvet bolero jacket was owned by Elvis. The jacket has the Label, Mr. Rays Palm Springs. This was a favorite men's store that Elvis frequently Shopped at in the 1960's while he stayed in Palm Springs. This jacket is authentic as given to me by Elvis Aaron Presley during my employment as his personal hairdresser." Homer M. Gilleland, known as "Mr. Gill", cut Gladys Presley's hair in the 1950's at Goldsmiths Department Store in Memphis, Tennessee. When Elvis became famous he asked his mother's hairdresser to cut his hair. Mr. Gilleland cut Elvis' hair until Presley's death in 1977. read more...
Broadway Performers | Unsigned Lobby Cards
GEORGE “SUPERMAN” REEVES An unsigned Mexican lobby card featuring the actor as the superhero from Kal-El Lobby Card Unsigned: 14¾x11 visible in frame. Printed image includes headline "los Peligros de Superman" and dialogue from the comic in a window. read more...
Sale Price $450.00
GEORGE "SUPERMAN" REEVES An unsigned oversized lobby card featuring the actor as the superhero from Kal-El Lobby Card Unsigned: 21½x15 visible in frame. Printed image includes headline "los Peligros de Superman" and dialogue from the comic in a window. read more...
Sale Price $450.00