The King of Rock & The King of Pop together on one card!
It does not get anymore rare than this!
This is the first time that this card has been available since the original owner pulled it back in 2011!
Elvis Presley is arguably the biggest rock n roll icon of all time and a star on screen as well.
To this day, Presley remains one of the best selling solo artists of all time.
Presley holds the records for most songs charting in Billboard's top 40 and top 100 in addition to retaining the record for cumulative weeks at number one.
As an album artist, Presley is credited by Billboard with the record for the most albums charting in the Billboard 200.
Presley additionally holds the record for most gold albums.
Music hits include All Shook Up, Jailhouse Rock, Don't Be Cruel, Can't Help Falling In Love, Heartbreak Hotel, Are You Lonesome Tonight?, Love Me Tender, Burning Love, Blue Suede Shoes, Hound Dog, Suspicious Minds, and many more!
Not only was Elvis a music star but he was also a star on screen in hits such as Blue Hawaii, King Creole, Jailhouse Rock, Love Me Tender, Viva Las Vegas, and Aloha From Hawaii.
Michael Jackson is THE pop icon.
Begining his career with his brothers forming the Jackson 5, Michael was clearly the fan favorite and went on to have an unprecedented solo career.
Crowned The King of Pop, Jackson recorded legendary hits such as Thriller, Billie Jean, Beat It, Smooth Criminal, Bad, Black or White, The Way You Make Me Feel, Human Nature, Heal The World, and many more!
Jackson, known for his innovative choreography, owns a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in addition to his numurous awards.
Jackson also won the World Music Awards' Best-Selling Pop Male Artist of the Millennium, the American Music Award's Artist of the Century Award and the Bambi Pop Artist of the Millennium Award. He was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Jackson 5 in 1997, and again as a solo artist in 2001. In 2002 he was added to the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In 2010, Jackson was the first pop and rock 'n' roll performer inducted into the Dance Hall of Fame, and in 2014 he was posthumously inducted into the Rhythm and Blues museum.