You can now own the classic white eyelet jumpsuit and cape worn by a teenage Elvis Presley during a run of concerts at Madison Square Garden in 1972!
The costume was designed by Bill Belew back in 1972 and is being auctioned by Kruse GWS Auctions. As of Thursday morning, the jumpsuit has a starting price of $350,000, while the cape has an opening bid of $50,000.
At Kruse GWS Auctions, live bidding begins on Saturday, Sept. 4.
According to the auction house, Presley sold out four consecutive nights at MSG that year, making him the first person to do so at the iconic Manhattan arena.
Other Elvis memorabilia up for auction include a Bible given to him by a fan, the helmet he used in the film Viva Las Vegas, and a collection of his hair kept by the singer’s barber.
You can even have a private luncheon in Beverly Hills with Elvis’ ex-wife, Priscilla Presley, who opens up about the challenges she had adjusting to life as the late King of Rock and Roll’s wife when they married in 1967.