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Auction ended on February 25th, 2012 UTC
ELVIS PRESLEY - Set of 2 original colour posters. To include Italian 'Elvis Presley Show' poster circa 1971 with painting of Elvis as central image (33 x 70cm). Lot also includes large brightly coloured movie poster for 'Elvis On Tour' with an image of ELvis performing in front of rays of purple light (69 x 104cm). Both posters have been folded and have very small creases and tear in places, but are still in good condition.
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