Twenty-two items that belonged to Michael Jackson will go up for auction at a Music Icons auction on June 25 at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood casino.
The items are coming from the London house that Jackson was to live in while performing his comeback "This Is It" shows. The house was completely outfitted with lavish furniture that was never used due to Jackson's untimely death last June.
"Michael's fans and the public will experience how the entertainer's home would have looked like with his custom designed furniture," the auction house said.
Some of the items for sale are a nine-seat gilt sofa in carved solid wood with red velvet cushions, a 17th century writing desk inlaid with mother-of-pearl, a pair of sunglasses, a military jacket that he wore when he married wife Debbie Rowe in 1996, and Jackson's white Swarovski Crystal Glove, estimated to go for at least $30,000.
by RTT Staff Writer
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