1956 Elvis Presley RCA Victor 7-EP-45 Record Player. In 1956, to commemorate its recording contract with Elvis, RCA offered an Elvis signature series of its popular 1955 portable EY series record players. The Elvis signature series is covered with vinyl with a light tweed lid, white interior and white volume and tone finger wheels, while the tone arm and matching spindle top are tan in color. The lid has two snap arm closures on either side (the brass is tarnished, but they work fine).And a clear plastic carrying handle in good shape. The RCA Victor logo is on the front plaid cloth (which looks very nice) and Elvis Presley's printed signature is in gold at the top front right corner. The interior has the original gold sticker listing the model number as 7-EP-45, though it is partially torn away. This model proved not as popular as the EY series and therefore is very scarce and the Model 7-EP-45 version is hard to find. The record player measures approximately 7 1/4 by 12 by 12 1/2 inches (18.41 x 30.48 x 31.75 cm) and is 110V with a USA plug. Unit powers on and turntable spins as it should, but the unit started making a loud humming noise after about 10 seconds, so I shut it off right away. There are some marks, dings, worn corners and small tears here and there (please view all photos), but the the unit is in overall good shape. The item "1956 Elvis Presley RCA Victor 7-EP-45 Record Player Rare Phonograph RARE" is in sale since Wednesday, October 7, 2020. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists P\Presley, Elvis\Other Elvis Presley Mem". The seller is "mrhop77" and is located in Emmett, Idaho. This item can be shipped to United States.