A personalised handgun once owned by Elvis Presley and a pendant he gave to fellow musician Sammy Davis, JR. were among the items sold during an auction at his Graceland home on Thursday

The sale at the singer’s estate in Memphis, Tennessee was held during Elvis Week, which commemorates the Heartbreak Hotel hitmaker’s death on 16 August, 1977.

Among the 160 items up for grabs was a Walther PPK handgun engraved with the star’s name and TCB in memory of his band, which sold for $96,000 and a diamond and gold pendant given to Davis, Jr. which brought in $40,000

Other lots included a racquetball shirt worn by Presley, which went for $32,500, a suit he wore in the movie It Happened At The World’s Fair, which made $25,000 and Presley’s U.S. Army sewing kit, which garnered a winning bid of $2,750 

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