Elvis 68 16×20 Fuji Crystal Lithograph
This framed 16×20 fuji crystal archival Elvis Presley photograph is entitled “Elvis 68.” Usually referred to as The ’68 Special or The ’68 Comeback, the actual name of this landmark television special was Elvis. Taped in June 1968, it first aired the following December 3rd on NBC-TV. It stands as one of the great television moments in rock music history and a stunningly brilliant milestone in Elvis Presley’s career.
Elvis Jailhouse Rock -16×20 Fuji Crystal Lithograph
This framed 16×20 fuji crystal archival Elvis Presley photograph is entitled “Jailhouse Rock.” Elvis Presley’s third motion picture, “Jailhouse Rock” premiered in Memphis on
October 17, 1957. The film opened nationally in November and quickly went to the top five at the box office. In the years to follow, it will come to be considered the ultimate classic of “rock opera” movies.
Elvis King Creole – 16×20 Fuji Crystal Lithograph
16×20 Framed Elvis – King Creole. This fuji crystal archival Elvis Presley photograph is entitled “King Creole.” From January to March of 1958, Elvis Presley filmed his fourth motion picture, “King Creole.” When it opened nationally in July, it was in the top five at the box office. Set in New Orleans and based upon the Harold Robbin’s novel “A Stone for Danny Fisher,” it has continued to enjoy financial success in television syndication and home videos.
Pete Rose 4192 signed 16×20
This fuji crystal lithograph features Pete Rose hitting his record breaking 4,192 hit on September 11, 1985. In commemoration of this 25 year anniversary, 500 pieces were hand-signed by Pete Rose. Pete played from 1963 to 1986, and is best known for his 19 years with the Cincinnati Reds. Rose, a switch hitter, is the all-time Major League leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), and at bats (14,053.) He won three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves, the Rookie of the Year Award, and made 17 All-Star appearances at an unequaled five different positions (2B, LF, RF, 3B & 1B.)
Includes photo of signing and Certificate of Authenticity.
Tony Crossing Plate Signed by Bench,Rose and Perez
Tony Perez crossing the plate after hitting a home run. Signed by Tony Perez, Johnny Bench, and Pete Rose. 16×20