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ELVIS PRESLEY'S CORUM BUCKINGHAM WRISTWATCH YELLOW GOLD Unique and Historically Important "Elvis Presley" Wristwatch worn by Elvis and gifted to Richard Davis. Corum, "Buckingham", No. 50602, Ref. 5971. Made circa 1960. Fine and unusual, large, square, 18K yellow gold wristwatch with a yellow gold-plated Corum buckle. Accompanied by a box, 8 color photos with Elvis wearing the watch and authentication correspondence. Two-body, solid, polished and brushed, stepped hobnail decorated bezel , cabochon sapphire-set winding-crown , snap-on case back engraved: To Richard from E.P. Champagne hobnail finished. Black baton hands. Cal. 4200, rhodium-plated, 21 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating flat balance spring, micrometer regulator. Notes Dial, case and movement signed. DIM. 34 x 34 mm. THICKNESS 7 mm. RICHARD DAVIS began working for ELVIS PRESLEY in the early 1960's as his valet, wardrobe assistant, stand-in and personal bodyguard. Davis worked for Elvis until 1971 and remained his close friend until Elvis' untimely death in 1977. As stated in the accompanying letter of attestation, Elvis wore the square shaped CORUM BUCKINGHAM wristwatch often and one day while he and Davis were conversing he removed it from his wrist, handing it to Davis stating there was something wrong with the back of it. When Davis turned the timepiece over to inspect it, he saw to his great surprise that the case back had been inscribe Read more…