Elvis Presley DEA Credentials 2 Individual Cards (Laminated).
The artwork has been painstakingly created to the original specifications with attention to detail that includes the photo of Elvis (being a real photo print) attached to the card like the original for complete realism along with being printed on solid card stock including round corners.
Note | The image you see is a (reliable) 'mock-up' and the actual will vary slightly (but will NOT disappoint).
The digital image can not show the rounded corners of the cards and the genuine realistic aspect of the Elvis photo on the ID.
On December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley paid a visit to President Richard M. Nixon at the White House in Washington, D.C. The meeting was initiated by Presley, who wrote Nixon a six-page letter requesting a visit with the President and suggesting that he be made a 'Federal Agent-at-Large' in the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. The events leading up to and after the meeting have been much written about and is legendary among Elvis fans.
Now with this item, you will have a beautiful tribute to both this event and the DEA credential Elvis carried for all to see that visit your home.
This item is an exact and real replication in every way. However, this ID card is sold as memorabilia. United States Federal Law (HR 4827, Law #106-547), pertaining to I.D. and badge possession, collecting, and use makes the possession, shipping, and use of Police badges and id cards and Replica Police badges and ID cards a crime if they are used for any purpose whatsoever, other than the following:
1. Decorative purposes
2. A memento, or a collection
3. For fun or recreational
4. Fan and collecting purpose
5. A memento or a collection
When ordering badges, you are confirming that you agree to the lawful use of the ID card or credentials as explained in the above text.
We ONLY Sell Replicas of ID cards and credentials for personal fan collecting ONLY! We do not authorize or encourage and unlawful use of these badges in any way. Please check your local regulations regarding the possession and/or displaying of law enforcement badges prior to making any purchases.