"Antiques Roadshow" (Mon., 8 p.m. ET on PBS) was in Minneapolis Monday night, and one of the standout items brought in to be appraised was a cardboard cutout, or standee, of The King himself, Elvis Presley.
The figure was a promotional one used in movie theaters to advertise Presley's 1956 movie debut, "Love Me Tender," and is believed to be one of only two or three still extant.
The owner was a huge Elvis fan who said she kept it at the side of her bed. So, how much for a cardboard cutout of Elvis? The estimated sale price was a cool $10,000 to $15,000.
See more treasure troves uncovered on "Antiques Roadshow," Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on PBS.
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