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Elvis Presley's rhinestone jockstrap with his initials is for sale for £ 30,000


All Shaken CUP: Elvis Presley's rhinestone jockstrap with his initials is up for sale for £ 30,000

  • The Jockstrap was made to measure by an Elvis fan and often worn by Presley
  • It is sold as part of the Elvis Presley Museum collection by Paul Fraser Collectables
  • Celebrity memorabilia experts said it was absurd and "sexually strong."

Elvis Presley's rhinestone jockstrap with his initials sells for £ 29,950.

The Jockstrap was made to measure by an Elvis fan and worn by the king until his death in 1977.

Paul Fraser Collectables, a prominent memorial expert, sells the Jockstrap as part of the Elvis Presley Museum collection.

The Jockstrap (pictured), sold by Paul Fraser Collectables, a memorial expert, was made to measure by an Elvis fan and worn by the king until his death in 1977

The piece is part of the Paul Fraser Collectables Elvis Presley Museum collection (pictured), originally from the collection of Jimmy Velvet, Elvis Presley's old friend

The piece is part of the Paul Fraser Collectables Elvis Presley Museum collection (pictured), originally from the collection of Jimmy Velvet, Elvis Presley's old friend

It was originally part of the collection of singer Jimmy Velvet, Elvis Presley's close friend from the start of his career, who established a museum to celebrate the life of the icon.

Paul Fraser Collectibles & # 39; Daniel Wade said: & # 39; Extravagant. Absurd. Sexually strong. This rhinestone jockstrap is pure Elvis Presley.

“I am sure the new owner will not be able to resist wearing it on a Saturday evening.

“The Elvis magic will work wonders, I'm sure of that.

Aside from jokes, Elvis garments are rare and very popular with collectors.

"This is a rare opportunity to have an intimate piece of the king."

Pictured: Elvis Presley performs on stage on January 14, 1973 at the International Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawaii

Pictured: Elvis Presley performs on stage on January 14, 1973 at the International Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawaii

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