If you’ve ever wanted to walk in Elvis Presley’s shoes, now’s your chance. The King’s boots, along with hundreds of other artifacts, are being auctioned off during Graceland’s upcoming Elvis Week. The auction will be held on Aug. 13 at 2 p.m. CT, but you can start browsing and bidding online now.
The boots worn by Elvis Presley in the film It Happened at the World’s Fair start at $5,000.
For a minimum bid of $20,000, die-hard Elvis fans can snatch up the King’s American Express Card.
Bids for Presley’s 1971 Colt Lawman MKIII .357 Magnum Revolver start at $12,000.
Other items available include Presley’s 1935 birth record document, a diamond studded TCB necklace Presley gifted to his friend J.D. Sumner and the blue dress shirt Presley wore in the film The Trouble With Girls.
The auction is just one of many events taking place in Memphis from Aug. 10 through Aug. 16 for Elvis Week, a celebration of the King’s legacy. Thousands of fans from around the globe make the pilgrimage to Graceland to pay tribute and take part in a memorial candlelight vigil. August 16th marks the 39th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death.
You can register to enter the online auction here.