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McLeod collection of Elvis memorabilia sells at 2nd auction

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HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. (AP) - An auctioneer's gavel has banged "sold" for hundreds of Elvis Presley photos, records, figurines, cutouts, clocks and other kitsch collected by the late Paul McLeod.

Auctioneer Greg Kinard says they sold Saturday at the Holly Springs mansion that McLeod dubbed "Graceland Too."

Kinard tells The Memphis Commercial Appeal ( ) that he hasn't figured the total, and doesn't know whether it will be released.

McLeod's collection originally sold in one online bid, but the bidder mistakenly thought he'd get the antebellum home as well as the collection.

On Saturday, items were sold in more than 400 lots without any online bids.

The house remains on the market. Two Cadillacs owned by McLeod sold separately at the February auction.

Graceland Too does not have any affiliation with Presley's mansion.

Information from: The Commercial Appeal,

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