Very rare ELVIS PRESLEY RECORD STORE ADVERTISING BANNER, vertical, glossy, one-sided, measures 29.25x10 inches. Features sleeve graphics for two new singles (47-7280, Hard Headed Woman/Don't Ask Me Why, and EPA 4319, King Creole Volume I) from the upcoming soundtrack lp to the Hal Wallis production "King Creole". This record was released in 1958.
Condition is Good (it has four horizontal creases, two of which have another lighter crease/heavy wrinkle running parallel to it; these creases have stress-wrinkles along them; several very small edge scars near each corner; corners have tape stains; top-left corner is nearly torn off; top-right corner just had the tape peel off and now has two 1/8-inch scars at the top of the right edge; tiny closed tear/scar to left margin, top corners have tack hole, some foxing to bottom portion, light scattered foxing in the middle, shows clearly on the reverse; general wrinkling). We are always happy to combine multiple items. WE NEVER USE STOCK PHOTOS - all images are of actual items. WE USUALLY USE MULTIPLE IMAGES. We grade all items conservatively, and when grading record albums we follow the Goldmine Record Guide.
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