A strand of hair Elvis Presley’s hair saved by his barber will soon be up for grabs at an auction.
Homer Gill Gilleland, who trotted the globe with the King of Rock n Roll for more than 20 years, gave the precious lock to Thomas Morgan Jnr in 2002, reports the Daily Star.
The strand is expected to fetch more than 250 dollars when it goes under the hammer at Henry Alderidge and Son in Devizes, Wilts, on November 14.
Other Elvis memorabila, including a dessert plate owned and used by the star, will also go on sale. In 2002, bidders paid a whopping 115,000 dollars online for a strand of Elvis’s hair.