Do you want to own a piece of Rock and Roll history? A pair of boots worn by Elvis Presley during a famous TV performance are expected to sell for more than $37,000 when they are auctioned in the U.K. next week.
Presley wore the white Verde brand boots when he sang “If I Can Dream”, which capped a 1968 NBC TV special. The boots, which will be auctioned on Nov. 14, have a presale estimate of between $37,594 and $45,086.
The boots are sold with an Elvis Presley Museum certificate of authenticity signed by Elvis’ friend of 22 years Jimmy Velvet, and a signed letter of authenticity from Charlie Hodge who appeared with Elvis on the NBC special, according to auction house Henry Aldridge & Son.
Devizes, Wiltshire-based Henry Aldridge & Son held a major auction of Titanic memorabilia last month. A cup presented by Titanic survivor Molly Brown to the captain of rescue ship Carpathia sold for $200,000 during the auction.