Bid now in the Rockhurst Auctions “The Auction on Elvis Presley BLVD” Live January 7, 2023 Auction. Register to Bid and view the entire auction at rockhurstauctions.com. The auction features 73 significant artifacts from the life and career of Elvis Presley . Absentee portion of this auction is open for bidding at rockhurstauctions.com and will conclude with the live auction on January 7, 2023 at 11:00 PM CDT.
Bid, register and view the auction at rockhurstauctions.com.
LIVE Auction will be Held Saturday, January 7 at The Holiday Inn on Elvis Presley Blvd. in Memphis, Tennessee. Featuring a Limited Selection of Artifacts from the Life and Career of Elvis Presley
BIDDERS WILL ALSO BE ABLE TO BID LIVE ONLINE DURING THE AUCTION AT ROCKHURSTAUCTIONS.COM
Featured Items Include Elvis Presley Owned and Worn Clothing, Jewelry, Autographs, Personal Effects and More!
- 1956 Elvis Presley Owned and Worn Blue Suede Shoes – Worn on the Infamous 1956 Steve Allen Show Appearance – Gifted to Memphis Mafia Member Alan Fortas
- 1972 Elvis Presley Signed Contract with RCA and NBC for 1973 Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii – Also Includes “Sale” to Elvis of His ’68 Comeback NBC TV Special (BAS)
- 1955 Elvis Presley Concert Poster for his Show at North Hall Auditorium in Memphis, TN on February 6, 1955
- Charlie Hodge “TCB” Necklace Given to Him by Elvis Presley – Given to a Close Friend Shortly After Elvis Passed
- Elvis Presley Stage-Worn Ruby, Diamond and 14K Gold Ring Given to Fan in 1975 Backstage at The Summit in Houston
- Elvis Presley Owned and Stage-Worn White Leather Brazilian-Made Boots
- 1950’s Elvis Presley Owned “Starburst” 18K Gold and Diamond Ring
- Elvis Presley Owned and Stage-Carried .25 Caliber Semi-Automatic Pistol – Gifted to Security Chief Dick Grob After It Fell out of Elvis’ Boot Following a High Kick on Stage
A Word about Rockhurst Auctions
Rockhurst was started with the purpose of creating the absolute finest marketplace for fine collectibles. With more than 20 years in the auction business, and after presenting more than 120 auctions across several major auction firms in at least a half dozen states, owner Jeff Marren envisioned a company combining the very best of every innovation he brought to the industry.
That’s Rockhurst Auctions.
We are defined by our unceasing labor and attention to detail at every juncture of the relationship with consignors and bidders. From research and authentication to customer service, presentation and fulfillment, each step of the Rockhurst process is infused with a singularity of purpose: our consignor’s success is our success. We are only satisfied with this partnership when our consignor’s expectations are met, when the value of their material is maximized.
Jeff’s experience spans every aspect of the auction industry, from working with consignors to marketing and public relations, from developing bidding software to creating some of the earliest online auction environments. While responsible for the presentation and marketing of more than $250,000,000 of fine collectibles, he’s seen it all. His expertise ranges far and wide across a number of disciplines: sports memorabilia, historicals, rock and roll, Hollywood, entertainment, movie posters, comic books, vintage toys, autographs.
After directing the creative, marketing and day to day operations of two major auctions firms over a 15-year period, Jeff was tasked with running Graceland Auctions for Elvis Presley Enterprises. As Consignment Director, he built the firm into the premier marketplace for exceptional Elvis Presley artifacts and memorabilia. Jeff grew the company from a startup in 2014 to a firm producing more than $7.5 Million in auction revenue for JUST ELVIS MATERIAL, while overseeing the sales of many of the industry’s most significant Elvis Presley items, including the world-record price of $325,000 for a stage-worn jumpsuit.
Through it all, through every bid and every item offered, Jeff absorbed every step, every nuance, of the auction process. What worked, what didn’t, what drove bidders crazy and what they loved. What consignors cared about, besides high prices! What was the best way to provide a trusted place where consignors could offer, and advanced collectors could acquire, the world’s finest collectibles.
Welcome to Rockhurst Auctions.