Jackson`s belongings earn big at auction
London: An auction of pop legend Micheal Jackson`s belongings on his first death anniversary in Las Vegas in the US has made huge money.
A custom-made jacket of Jackson, which was expected to go under the hammer at $8,000, went for a staggering $120,000.
An autograph signed by the late superstar a day before he died sold for $21,000 (almost 26 times more than its estimated price), reports contactmusic.com.
Jackson`s MTV Moonman award for the video of ‘Scream’ went under the hammer for $43,750. A white fedora hat signed by Jackson, expected to earn $3,000, sold for a whopping $56,250.
The auction was organised by Julien Auction House.
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