Sold: Michael Jackson's Glove, Princess Diana's Gown and More

October 11, 2010 03:31:27 GMT

Memorabilia from late celebrities including Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe were sold in Julien's first Asian pop culture sale and fetched 1 million dollars.


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An auction of celebrity memorabilia, including Michael Jackson's iconic Swarovski crystal glove and a velvet ball gown worn by Princess Diana, pulled in $1 million at top auction house Julien's first Asian pop culture sale.

Hundreds of items which once belonged to the late "Thriller" hitmaker and fellow superstars went under the hammer on Saturday, October 9 at the Ponte 16 resort in Macau, China. Jackson's black crystal glove went for $180,000 to an unidentified internet bidder, while a fellow online buyer picked up a basketball signed by the tragic singer and Michael Jordan for a staggering $245,000.

Other lots which sold included memorabilia from "Ghostbusters", the "Batman" film franchise and "The Last Samurai", and there will also be items from the lives and careers of Madonna, Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe.


 




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posted by neshvile on Oct 12, 2010
havin a once a great actor is really interseting. you are been eyed upon by your fannatic supporters & you are even treated as much of a special person than thes even wanted you to be placed on a pedestal if its possible.But now that you're gone, all your fans got to do is to probably live and preserve your unending actions.
posted by Connie Collins on Oct 11, 2010
I love Michael and I am glad his things are valued. I only wish I had the financial means to acquire some of his stuff myself. I can only hope those who do take good care of them because they will increase in value since he is no longer with us on earth. Love you Michael and hope your spirit knows I do. If it does you will feel at peace because you always wanted unconditional love and you have genuine unconditional love from me. RIP-love ya.

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