This is for a print Title "Tribute to the King", an 18 x 23 piece done by RE Davis, and signed twice? There is a posting on justanswer that says this print was limited to 500.
This was a print created in 1977 by Gray Stone productions after the death of Elvis, featuring tickets to an upcoming live concert in Memphis for August 27th that he, of course, never appeared at, his birth home, Graceland, and him in some classic Elvis attire. There is obvious water damage to the lower right portion of the print. This was framed, and had the artwork portion of the print framed, which hid a lot of the damage, but I removed the frame so we could see this up close.The matted frame that was on top of this shows that there has been some bleaching of the print (notice the trees on the right) from exposure to sunlight perhaps. The upper left and right corners of the print are secured to the backing board it came with, and I don't want to remove it, or slice it off, as I do not want to further damage the print. I don't have much idea what this is worth, so please send offers. This has been recently acquired, so p. Lease check pictures closely as this is the exact item you will receive. If you want to see other pictures, or have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists P\Presley, Elvis\Other Elvis Presley Mem". The seller is "bldo94" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.