Kitsch collection of Elvis memorabilia to auction for second time
A very large and very kitsch collection of Elvis Presley memorabilia is to hit the auction block for the second time at the weekend.
The collection was owned by Paul MacLeod, former operator of the Elvis Too home and museum and was initially sold back in February. The online auction was eventually cancelled as the winning bidder thought his winning $54,000 bid also bought him 161-year-old antebellum home which housed the museum.
Now, MacLeod's collection of cardboard cutouts, records, clocks and other random kitsch featuring Elvis will be up for grabs again on the museum grounds.
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