ELVIS PRESLEY'S FAMOUS EP INITIAL RING WORN BY ELVIS ON AND OFF STAGE

Elvis wore this ring on stage and during personal events such as Sonny West's wedding and reception at Graceland in 1970 and 1971 when Elvis received the Jaycee's Award for Ten Outstanding Young Men Of America for 1970

Elvis Presley's famous speech when he received the Jaycee's Award for Ten Outstanding Young Men Of America for 1970

ELVIS PRESLEY'S FAMOUS EP INITIAL RING WORN BY ELVIS ON AND OFF STAGE

ELVIS PRESLEY'S FAMOUS EP INITIAL RING

WORN BY ELVIS ON AND OFF STAGE

CUSTOM MADE BLACK ANTIQUED ORNATE 14K GOLD RING

SCROLL DESIGNS SURROUNDING THE INITIALS EP

SET WITH 18 DIAMONDS (9 DIAMONDS IN EACH INITIAL)

Elvis wore this ring on stage and during personal events such as Sonny West's wedding and reception at Graceland in 1970 and 1971 when Elvis received the Jaycee's Award for Ten Outstanding Young Men Of America for 1970.

ACCOMPANIED BY 3 DOCUMENTS

Accompanied by a Elvis Presley Museum certificate of authenticity hand signed by Jimmy Velvet Elvis' friend of 22 years and the founder and original president of the Elvis Presley Museum

ELVIS PRESLEY MUSEUM CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following item was the personal property of ELVIS PRESLEY. The Elvis Presley Museum opened on June 1st, 1978. and is the only museum in the world licensed by Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc  and "Graceland" -the estate of  Elvis Presley

Personally owned & stage worn EP initial ring

This custom made black antiqued ornate 14k gold ring, with scroll designs surrounding the initials EP set with 9 diamonds in each initial was personally owned and worn on stage and during personal events such as Sonny West's wedding held at Graceland (reception) in 1970 and 1971 when Elvis received the Jaycee's Award for Ten Outstanding Young Men Of America for 1970

(Hand signed in ink) Jimmy Velvet, President and Chairman

Accompanied by a newspaper cutting from 1971 with the Lady wearing this ring and her story in the newspaper of how she acquired it.

Accompanied by a long detailed two page letter with full history from the Lady who acquired the ring from Elvis whilst he was on stage.

Accompanied by a one page letter from the deceased Lady's two sisters.