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ELVIS PRESLEY 'WAY OF HONOR' KARATE DOJO BANNER
This following information came from the owner of the ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM before he sold it to Graceland. It reads as follows.............................................
ELVIS PRESLEY WAY OF HONOR KARATE DOJO BANNER
This large Pasaryu Karate "Way Of Honor" banner was purchased from the Kang Rhee Karate Institute in Memphis, Tennessee.
Elvis was photographed in front of a similar banner in the 1970s while practising karate at the dojo.
This karate banner comes from the Kang Rhee karate Institute, where Elvis Presley and Master Rhee formed TCB karate and where Elvis would often practice his favourite sport and form of exercise. Elvis initially encountered karate in Germany while stationed in the army. Throughout his life, Elvis practised several different art forms and came in contact with many leaders of the sport. Elvis even started his own production company to make a karate film called "The New Gladiators" which was to star Elvis himself. This karate banner was obtained from the Kang Rhee Institute.
This karate banner has been on display at the world famous ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM during the past 5 years.
Accompanied by photographs of the banner on display in the Elvis-A-Rama Museum all those years ago in between Elvis' white and black karate gi's.
Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the owner of the Elvis-A-Rama Museum before he sold to Graceland.
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