Officials with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago said hair clippings said to be from the haircut Elvis received upon his joining the military in 1958 sold for $15,000 at Sunday's auction, the Chicago Tribune reported Monday.
A white cotton shirt monogrammed "EP" sold for $52,000 at the auction, while a red ultra-suede shirt once worn by the singer during a photo shoot received a top bid of $28,000.
The auctioneers said the items came from the collection of Gary Pepper, an Elvis fan club president and friend of the King of Rock 'n' Roll. A birthday telegram from Presley to Pepper sold for $1,400.
Other items sold at the auction include scarves, handkerchiefs and photos from the superstar's wedding.