In 1993, the USPS invited the public to vote for a commemorative stamp design for the first time. The contest? Young Elvis or less-young Elvis. Youth won and the 1993 commemorative Elvis stamp remains the best-selling commemorative stamp of all time (in the US).
To honor The King, card 70 features a pick guard from one of Elvis’s guitars, a couple of horn shapes from the famous Jungle Room, and a ukulele string motif (a nod to Blue Hawaii, I suppose; the real story is even less interesting).