Sunday, February 22, 2009

The Michael Jackson Auction - Part 3

See more items from The Michael Jackson Auction:
You can judge the man all you want. But I know you'd like to get your hands on some of his stuff. I mean, who wouldn't want his own flight simulation arcade game? Awesome!

June Update: Just a few weeks before the "This is it" farewell concert, Michael Jackson passed away due to cardiac arrest. Watch the famous dancing inmates as they pay tribute to the King of Pop for the lat time - Click here for Michael Jackson's Thriller.

April update: This auction was eventually called off. He had filed suit to halt sale of items from Neverland ranch. All items will be returned back to him. He sold his Neverland ranch last year, but he claims he didn't authorize sale of items.

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Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's marble chess table

A marble chess table supported by four parcel gilt horses on marble pillars. Guide price $2,000-$3,000
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions


Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's fire engine tea kettle

A fire engine tea kettle with moving wheels. Guide price $100-$200
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions
Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's crown form minaudiere
A Katherine Baumann crown-shaped minaudiere with red, green and gold jewels. Guide price $800-$1,200
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions


Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's Victory tour jacket

A Victory tour jacket worn by Jackson at the Kansas City opening of the 1984 tour with the Jackson. It is currently on exhibit at the Los Angeles Grammy Museum. Guide price $2,000-$4,000
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions


Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's figures of Snow White and the seven dwarfs

A display of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves in a setting created by the Walt Disney display team. A plaque reads: "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Presented to Michael Jackson from the Cast of Walt Disney World". Guide price $1,000-$1,500
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions

Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's hanging swing

A hanging swing featuring scenic wild animal panels and elaborate carvings. Guide price $1,200-$1,800
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions


Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's Coin operated fortune teller

A coin-operated Grandmother Predictions fortune teller in wooden cabinet. Guide price $1,500-$2,500
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions
Michael Jackson's auction: Michael Jackson's model of Falkenstein Castle

A mirror model of Falkenstein Castle. Guide price $1,000-$2,000
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions

Michael Jackson's auction: Royles Royce with Interior Designed by Michael Jackson

Jackson's Rolls Royce with interior designed by himself. Guide price $140,000 - $160,000
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions

Michael Jackson's auction: Interior of Royles Royce Designed by Michael Jackson

Inside the Rolls Royce, as designed by Jackson. Guide price $140,000 - $160,000
Photograph: Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions

source: guardian.co.uk

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2 comments:

chelaye June 27, 2009 at 1:46 AM  

rip mj we miss u

Penny Auction Online August 12, 2010 at 6:52 PM  

I am an auction lover. So every news related to the auction makes me very happy. Thanks for keeping us updated.

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