Elvis silver coloured

These beautiful crownsized medals honour ‘The King’ of music, Elvis Presley. On one side you have a portrait of Elvis, a copy of his signature and the legend ‘The King of Rock n’ Roll’. The other side has his dancing to the music and his dates 1935-1977. They come in two colours, silver-coloured and gold coloured. Each Prooflike piece comes in a capsule. If you liked some of the other Elvis material we have offered in the past, you will love these medallions. Supplies are limited.
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