This is a collection of 6 Elvis Whisky Decanters By McCormick. They are all empty and the corks are brittle. McCormick’s Elvis Decanters are famous Americana Porcelain. They are hand painted with great skill and designed to be lifelike in appearance. All except one have music boxes on the bottom and they all work. I will do my best to list the condition of each Decanter going left to right. If you have any questions please contact me. #1) “YOURS ELVIS 55” This is a rare vintage McCormick Elvis 55 Liquor Decanter with Elvis dressed in his light pink jacket with a bow. It is a real Elvis collector's gem. Printed on the front of this memorable decanter is "Your's, Elvis '55". The bottom contains a knob to turn to play the music box. The dimensions are approximately 3 3/4" wide, 4 1/4" long and 15" tall including the base. This piece is in great shape, however it has one condition issue, the left index finger is broke. #2) “FOREVER Elvis 68” This is the 3rd McCormick series “Forever Elvis”. He is dressed from head to toe in black leather with microphone and guitar in hand. This decanter depicts Elvis during a 1958 television special. The music box is fully functional and plays two versus of “Cant Help Falling In Love With You”. It has the original bottle stamp on it and the McCormick Straight Bourbon Whiskey sticker on the back. It is in great condition, no paint is scuffed or chipped. There is one condition issue, the neck of the guitar has a crack across it. I can’t tell if it is cracked all the way through and has been repaired or if its just a crack. It is real easy to miss unless you study the piece very closely. #3) “ Sincerely Elvis 77’” This is the solid gold version of the Sincerely Elvis 77’. It is a real collectors item and worth more than most some other Elvis Decanters. It depicts the King standing holding a microphone and instead of being painted like the others he is covered in solid gold. I believe the music box plays “Love Me Tender”. It has part of the original bottle stamp on the back and the entire piece is flawless. #4) “Sincerely Elvis 77mini” This one has some fading on the Sincerely Elvis writing. He is missing his left index finger and the top of his microphone. The music box works and the rest of the piece is in good condition. #5) “Sincerely Elvis 77” This Decanter is approx 16” tall and the music box works. The only condition issue is a broke left index finger. The rest of it is in good shape. #6) “Elvis 1935-1977” Limited edition Elvis Bust by McCormick. This is a beautiful piece. There are no condition issues. McCormick’s staff artist Bob Harness, is responsible for the conceptualization of the Elvis Bust Decanter as well as supervising the painting procedure.
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