This is the original award that Kang Rhee personally presented to Elvis in 1974
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ELVIS PRESLEY'S FAMOUS 7TH DEGREE PASARYU KARATE AWARD AWARDED TO ELVIS BY MASTER KANG RHEE IN 1974
This award was personally presented to Elvis by Kang Rhee, Master and Founder of the Pasaryu Karate Association of the United States of America. The award was presented to Elvis at the Kang Rhee Institute of Taekwando; Headquarters of the Pasaryu Karate Association. The award is for Elvis’ 7th degree black belt status Dated September 9th 1974 and beautifully signed in calligraphic ink by Kang Rhee to ELVIS A PRESLEY and his martial arts name TIGER. Elvis was originally presented his 7th degree black belt in 1973. This had been part of Jimmy Velvet's world famous Elvis Presley Museum for many years and seen by millions of fans.
All beautifully handwritten and hand signed by Master Kang Rhee.
This was on display in Jimmy Velvet's world famous Elvis Presley Museum for many years and seen by millions of fans.
Accompanied by a Elvis Presley Museum certificate of authenticity hand signed by Jimmy Velvet, Elvis' friend of 22 years and who was the founder and president of the world famous Elvis Presley Museum.
Accompanied by a Elvis Presley Museum letter hand signed by Jimmy to Daniel which explains in great full detail a conversation Jimmy had with Master Rhee in which Master Rhee explains the full history of this award that he personally presented to Elvis in 1974.
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