ELVIS PRESLEY'S FAMOUS "WAYS OF HONOR" KARATE BANNER

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ELVIS PRESLEY'S FAMOUS "WAYS OF HONOR" KARATE BANNER

ELVIS PRESLEY'S FAMOUS "WAYS OF HONOR" KARATE BANNER


ACCOMPANIED BY 2 HAND SIGNED DOCUMENTS


1. 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 world famous Elvis Presley Museum

ELVIS PRESLEY MUSEUM CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following is true as described. 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

WAYS OF HONOR KARATE BANNER

This karate banner was the original Ways Of Honor banner that hung in the karate school where Elvis trained. It is two sided black velvet with each side having the logo of a gold fist framed in red against a silver background,  Pasaryu Karate Ass’n. encircling the image, the words Ways of Honor below image all in silver metallic applique. Banner is framed with yellow fringe on three sides, tassles on the right top corner, grommets on the top & bottom of right side for hanging the banner in a vertical position or flagpole type manner so both sides can be seen. The banner measures 30”x 46” (with fringe)


(Hand signed in ink) Jimmy Velvet, Founder and CEO



2. Accompanied by a 1 page Elvis Presley Museum letter of authenticity hand signed by Jimmy Velvet Elvis' friend of 22 years and the founder and original president of the world famous Elvis Presley Museum which reads...

October 12, 1999

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

RE: WAYS OF HONOR KARATE BANNER

This letter serves as a certification for the original karate banner which hung in the karate school where Elvis trained under Master Kang Rhee. The banner is black velvet with yellow fringe on three sides. The fist logo is centered with Pasaryu Karate Ass’n. surrounding the image and the words Ways Of Honor below the image. The banner measures 30”x46” (including fringe) and is well documented with photos of Elvis and his karate instructor, Master Kang Rhee. There is a color class photo which includes Elvis and Master Kang Rhee and Bill ‘Superfoot’ Wallace, a photo of Vernon & Dee Presley, Linda Thompson and Elvis and another photo of Vernon Presley & Elvis.  All these photos show this banner in the background.

(Hand signed in ink) Jimmy Velvet, Founder and CEO

Embossed with a Elvis Presley Museum Corporate Seal