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Affiliated Auctions presents a RARE, one of a kind 18k ring owned by Elvis Presley!

Actual ring owned by Elvis Presley

"Don't miss your chance to own a rare piece of music history!"

Affiliated Auctions, North Florida & South Georgia's Premier auction house, is pleased to announce the arrival of a one of a kind ring made for "The King of Rock" Elvis Presley! The 18k gold ring features a total of 20 diamonds and 23 gemstones. It was won in a 1987 National Enquirer contest after the tabloid purchased it from the Elvis Museum in Memphis.

This amazing ring will be auctioned by Affiliated Auctions in their May 1st Fine Antiques auction as part of the two day spring auction weekend. The ring is accompanied by a copy of the National Enquirer magazine featuring the contest, showing the ring and Elvis wearing it.

The two day auction weekend begins at 11:00am EST on Saturday, April 30th with a Military & Firearm auction featuring uniforms, headgear, edged weapons & firearms.

Sundays auction begins at 11:00am EST Sunday, May 1st and features fine arts, antique coins & jewelry including Rolex, Tag & More. Affiliated Auction’s John Whitworth sums it up best: "Don't miss your chance to own a rare piece of music history!"

Affiliated Auctions is located in Tallahassee Florida, and offers a wide selection of quality collectibles to buyers from around the world, who are then able to view the items online and place their bid. Bids are accepted on the floor, over the Internet, or through fax or mail. This provides international and local buyers alike the opportunity to acquire unique, sought after, and often one of a kind items through an open bidding process.

Detailed information and photographs of the items available for the upcoming March 5th and 6th auctions can be found at the website http://www.affiliatedauctions.com, or by contacting Affiliated Auctions directly at 1-800-877-6180 or 850-445-9378. Updates and information can also be found on Facebook.

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