Auction house Heritage published the complete catalogue for the upcoming Elvis auction during Elvis week held in the Memphis Peabody Hotel. The total auction contains 270 lots, ranging from souvenirs at reasonable estimated prices to very expensive personal belongings.
The final price can never be predicted, but the items with the highest estimated value are just some sheets of paper. Two items are valued at $150,000. The first one is the contract that was made to set the cooperation between The Colonel and Elvis, the second one is a 4-page handwritten letter from Elvis to his girlfriend Anita Wood when he was in the army. The catalogue also lists a white grand piano that once stood in Graceland.
This instrument was offered various times during large auctions in the past, but has never been sold (minimum bid is $500,000). Our guess is that this item will still remain unsold this time. You can download the complete catalogue on the link below.
Source: elvisMatters / EpGold