London: Michael Jackson's rare white sequined glove has been put on sale for 20,000 US dollars.
Nate D Sanders will be holding an auction for the memorabilia on 30 July, and the sale will also include a prototype of the black leather jacket the singer wore on the cover of his album 'Bad,' the Guardian reported.
The glove is cheaper than other Jackson gloves which have been auctioned earlier, as his 'Moonwalk' had roped in 350,000 dollars in 2009, six months after Jackson's death at age 50.
Meanwhile, another auction in June 2010 sold a glove for 160,000 dollars.
Jackson had given the right-handed glove to his artist friend, Paul Bedard, whom the musician commissioned to create over a dozen paintings for Jackson's home and Neverland ranch.
Bedard's paintings for Jackson featured historical figures like Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Albert Einstein and ET, all sporting the glove.
He had sold the memorabilia to a private collection in 2005.
The person who bags the glove will also receive a photo of Bedard wearing the it, images of the art he created for Jackson, and a typed declaration signed by Bedard that attests to the glove's authenticity.