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None other than Colonel Tom Parker himself owned this silver record commemorating Elvis's 1962 movie soundtrack album from "Girls, Girls, Girls" going over the 1 million mark in sales. The record is in its original display case, mounted on a green felt background with a silver-colored engraved plaque dedicating the disk to the Svengali manager who died at 87 in 1996. It was later sold at Guernsley's Elvis Presley Auction in 1999. Display framed under glass is sized to 19.25 x 22.25" and is Mint. Comes with a COA from Elvis Presley Enterprises, Graceland. A definitive symbol of Presley's incredible popularity.
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