Elvis Presley's American Express credit card sold for over $40k

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Elvis Presley's American Express credit card sold for over $40k

Postby Mogul of Pineapples » Tue Apr 14, 2009 3:09 am

And that was 15 years ago back in '94 when it sold for that amount, probably a wise investment considering it was the original Elvis Presley credit card complete with signature on the back. It was sold at an auction house in Vegas (Butterfield's) for $41,400 when it was only appraised at a max of $8,000.

I couldn't find a picture of it but I did find one of Elvis Visa card (back then it was called BankAmericard). Pretty cool huh?

I wonder what other celebrity credit cards are for sale on the market and how much they go for nowadays?
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Postby ronnieloo » Tue Jan 04, 2011 8:45 pm

i am not the least bit surprised at that price. it boggles me how many there are that are obsessed with elvis presley. what other celebrity owned credit cards have been sold in recent history?

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Postby infomaniac » Sat Jan 08, 2011 3:53 pm

There will come a time when Elvis memorabilia including this credit card will plateau in value. The generation which following him is aging and will not be around forever.

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