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LOT 931 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY TEASER FILM JACKET

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LOT 711 BAD JACKET ARTWORK BY DEBORAH MORALES

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THE COLLECTION OF

Tompkins & Bush :
MICHAEL JACKSON
BEVERLY HILLS, CA | DECEMBER 2ND, 2012
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Session III: 9:00 AM PST, Lots 485-553 (Michael Jackson)

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Session IV: 10:00 AM PST, Lots 554-788 Session V: 2:00 PM PST, Lots 789-1019

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LOT 617 MICHAEL JACKSON MULTI SIGNED RECORD COLLECTION

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554 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JACKSON 5 PENNANT
A blue felt pennant printed with white ink “I Love Jackson 5.” Inscribed by Michael Jackson in blue ink “To (illegible) Love Michael Jackson.” Widest, 12 inches; longest, 29 inches
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555 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JACKSON 5 ACTION GAME
A Jackson 5 Action Game (Shindana Toys, 1972) in original packaging signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson 1991.” The board game is comprised of a deck of jumbo cards, Jackson 5 coins, scorecard, and markers. 12 1/4 by 10 1/2 by 1 1/4 inches $500–700

556 MICHAEL AND RANDY JACKSON BELTS
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A pair of leather belts, one black and the other tan, with custom “J5” logos, one reading “Michael” and the other “Randy.” Michael Jackson’s belt is missing a buckle. $1,000–1,500

557 JACKSON 5 COSTUME BELTS
A complete set of seafoam green synthetic blend, snap closure belts with silver ric-rac, purple lame, and central prong set rhinestones. Three of the belts are marked “Mik” for Michael, “ML” for Marlon, and “Jak” for Jackie. The other two belts are presumably for Tito and Jermaine.
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Longest, 35 inches $500–700

558 JACKSON 5 SIGNED IMAGE
An image of the Jackson 5 signed by all members of the group in black marker: “Jermaine Jackson,” “Tito Jackson,” “Marlon Jackson,” “Randy Jackson,” and “Michael Jackson.” 10 by 8 inches $1,000–1,500
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559 JACKSON FIVE TELEVISION SERIES COSTUMES
A group of costumes created by Bill Whitten for the Jacksons’ CBS television series, episode three that originally aired in June 1976. The garments include a zip front shirt with large eyelash thread shoulder pieces worn by La Toya; a twopiece Janet Jackson costume of faux red snakeskin shorts with red top; three red wool blend jackets with back zip closures belonging to Tito, Randy, and Marlon, each heavily embellished with gold studs and additional metallic fabric patches. Together with five pairs of matching red wool blend pants belonging to Michael, Marlon, Tito, Randy, and Jackie. Many of the costume pieces contain the original label reading “Bill Whitten’s Workroom 27.” The costumes were worn during episode three of the show during the opening song “Rockin’ Robin” and during the closing songs “The Love You Save” and “I’ll Be There.” $4,000–6,000

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560 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JACKSON FIVE BOOK
A paperback book entitled Jackson Five Rock ‘n Pop Stars signed by Michael Jackson. The book was published by Creative Education in 1975. The cover page is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 9 1/2 by 7 1/4 by 1/4 inches $500–700

561 MICHAEL JACKSON PERFORMANCE SHIRT
A pale yellow ombre button front, long-sleeve shirt with winged collar and cuffs accented with punched rhinestones. Interior International Costume Co. label with handwritten “Micha,” indicating that the shirt was worn by Michael Jackson. $1,000–1,500

562 JACKSON FIVE TELEVISION SERIES COSTUMES
A group of costume pieces worn by various members of the Jackson family during the opening number “Think Happy” and the closing songs “Living Together” and “I’ll Be There” during episode 11 of the Jacksons’ CBS television series that originally aired in March 1977. Pieces include a yellow polyester jumpsuit featuring citron punched rhinestones with black “J” worn by Jackie Jackson, a coordinating jacket and trousers worn by Randy Jackson, and a pair of trousers with matching vest worn by Michael Jackson. $4,000–6,000

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563 MICHAEL AND MARLON JACKSON COSTUMES
A pair of gold and red lame jumpsuits heavily embellished with Mylar fringe in pink, orange, and red with rhinestone collars. The jumpsuits contain labels reading “Bill Whitten’s Workroom 27” and were worn by brothers Michael and Marlon Jackson during episode four of the Jacksons’ CBS television series that originally aired in July 1976 as they backed up sister Rebbie singing “Fever” during the show. $3,000–5,000

564 JANET JACKSON COSTUME PIECES
A red synthetic blend skirt and matching jacket with sequin lapel, lined in red satin. Together with a red satin short-sleeve shirt covered in red sequins with red chiffon flower at waist. Both pieces were worn by Janet Jackson as she performed with her brothers in the 1970s.
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$400–600

565 JACKSON 5 COSTUME BELTS
A group of four pink synthetic blend, snap closure belts with gold ric-rac and prong set rhinestone embellishments. The belts are not labeled, and one of the belts has been cut into two pieces. 35 1/2 inches
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566 MICHAEL AND MARLON JACKSON COSTUMES
Four synthetic blend jumpsuits in red and deep orange decorated with thread fringe and a flame motif accented with punched rhinestones. Each costume contains an International Costume Co. label with handwritten notations indicating one of each color was created for Michael and Marlon Jackson. The costumes are of the same style and theme as the flame costumes worn by Michael and Marlon as they backed up their sister Rebbie while she sang “Fever” during the Jacksons’ CBS television series and were likely created for use during their 1970s shows in Las Vegas. $4,000–6,000

567 LA TOYA AND JANET JACKSON COSTUME PIECES
A pair of denim harem style pants with western leather applique motif and studs together with a matching jacket. Both pieces contain labels reading “Design Studio for Latoya.” This costume was worn by La Toya Jackson during episode nine of the Jacksons’ CBS variety show, February 16, 1977, during a western themed skit as they sang and danced to a medley of “Cisco Kid” and “I Shot the Sheriff.” Together with a pair of printed cotton pants with foliate and floral motif worn by Janet Jackson. Interior taped label reading “Janet.” $400–600
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568 JACKSON FIVE TELEVISION SERIES COSTUMES
A group of costumes worn on the Jacksons’ CBS television series during episodes five and 12 that aired in January and March of 1977. The garments include Michael Jackson’s two-piece bodysuit top and pants made from silver lame, black polyester, and red spandex, all heavily embellished with sequins, prong set rhinestones, and mirrors. Together with complementary two-piece costumes created for Jackie, Marlon, Tito, and Randy Jackson. In addition is a pair of coordinating red spandex pants that have been modified with gold hanging sequin pieces (not shown). $10,000–15,000

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569 THE JACKSON FIVE SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
A color image of The Jackson Five, signed in blue felt pen by Jermaine, Michael, Marlon, Randy, and Tito Jackson. 8 by 10 inches $400–600

570 MICHAEL JACKSON PERFORMANCE JACKET
A blue and tan plaid jacket with wide winged collar, worn by Michael Jackson as he performed in a reoccurring song and dance skit featured on multiple episodes of the Jacksons’ CBS television series that aired in 1976 and 1977. Together with suit jackets and trousers worn by brothers Marlon and Jackie Jackson. The skit featured Michael Jackson performing with siblings La Toya, Rebbie, Jackie, and Marlon. $4,000–6,000

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571 JACKSONS PERFORMANCE COSTUMES
A group of five pale blue spandex jumpsuits with punched rhinestones and mirror studs, together with two vests and five coordinating belts with International Costume Co. labels. The costumes were first seen while the Jacksons were in Germany performing on a show called Der Musikladen on May 21, 1977, performing “Enjoy Yourself.” The costumes were then worn by Michael, Marlon, Randy, Tito, and Jackie Jackson as they performed “Shake Your Body” live on American Bandstand with Dick Clark to promote their Destiny album in 1979. The costumes were modified after the first 1977 performance with changed belts, necklines, and additional decorative ric-rac embellishment to appear as they did on the later American Bandstand performance. $8,000–12,000

572 JACKSON FIVE PERFORMANCE COSTUMES
A pair of tie-dye green pants with mirror pieces and rhinestones containing International Costume Co. label reading “Jackie.” A pair of blue tie-dye pants with matching vest and green shirt, all featuring International Costume Co. labels. Together with a blue vest with side zip closure, punched blue stones, and button in ruffle. Vest has Costume Place Hollywood label with handwritten “Marlon.”
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$1,000–1,500

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573 JACKSON FIVE TELEVISION SERIES COSTUMES
A group of costumes created by Warden Neil for the Jacksons’ 1978 television series on CBS. The garments include Michael Jackson’s two-piece jacket and pants made from seafoam green denim and polyester with extensive silver and green lame, studs, and mirror embellishments. Together with matching costumes worn by Janet, La Toya, Tito, Randy, Marlon, and Jackie Jackson in episode four of the show during the opening medley “I Want You Back/ABC” and during the closing songs “Never Can Say Goodbye” and “I’ll Be There.” $5,000–7,000

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574 JACKSONS TUXEDO SHIRTS
A group of white synthetic blend, button front shirts with front tuxedo style ruffles with black detailing. The shirts each contain handwritten markings indicating that they were worn by Michael, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, Rebbie, and La Toya Jackson, and most have International Costume Co. labels. Together with a pale blue shirt by International Costume Co. of the same style. $2,000–3,000

575 JACKSON FIVE COSTUMES
A large group of assorted Jackson Five costumes in black, white, and silver from the mid1970s. The costumes, all in the same color palette, appear to be from more than one set including three black and white male jumpsuits, one labeled “Jermaine” with a ladies jumpsuit with belt and matching bolero jacket all labeled “La Toya.” Together with two pairs of black satin trousers and three pairs of white polyester wide-leg trousers. One pair is labeled for Marlon, another for Tito, and the rest are not identified. $3,000–5,000

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576 JACKSON FIVE PERFORMANCE COSTUMES
A group of seafoam green synthetic blend costume pieces with studs, clear sequins, and labels reading “The Costume Place Hollywood.” Costume pieces include a pair of trousers marked “Tito”; two jumpsuits, both with an “M” at chest, likely for Michael and Marlon Jackson; a jacket and shirt marked for La Toya; a pair of trousers marked for Randy; and a pair of harem pants and vest worn by Janet Jackson. Together with a small pink studded halter dress used by Janet. The costumes were created for the Jacksons’ 1974 stage performances at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. $5,000–7,000

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577 JACKSON FIVE TUXEDO SHIRTS
A group of five sheer, black, button front, long-sleeve, ruffle front tuxedo shirts. Each shirt contains an International Costume Co. label with handwritten names indicating the shirts were worn by “Mike,” Jermaine, Jackie, and two worn by Randy Jackson. $2,000–3,000

578 MICHAEL JACKSON PERFORMANCE SHIRT
A pale yellow synthetic blend, button front shirt featuring tuxedo style ruffles with green detailing. The shirt contains an International Costume Co. label with handwritten “Mike,” indicating that the shirt was worn by Michael Jackson. $1,000–1,500

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A black polyester, button front, longsleeve shirt with Boyd Clopton label. Handwritten notation on the label reads “Mike J.” $1,000–1,500

580 JACKSON FIVE TELEVISION SERIES COSTUMES
A pair of black and gold lame jackets with black sequin and gold striping down sleeves worn by Tito and Jackie Jackson during episode eight of the Jacksons’ CBS television series that originally aired in February 1977 as they performed “Get It Together” during the show’s opening. Together with a pair of matching black satin pants likely worn by Jackie. $800–1,200
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581 JACKSON FIVE TELEVISION SERIES COSTUMES
A group of four band jacket style stage costumes designed by Warden Neil for the Jacksons’ variety show. Each jacket features zip and Velcro front closures. The costumes feature silver and gold ricrac, sequin, fringe, and mirrored embellishments and are created in yellow, slate blue, purple, and navy. Backs have applique, arrow, bird, moon, and lightning bolt. The Jacksons wore these jackets during episode nine of their CBS variety show on February 16, 1977, as they opened the show with the song “Sugar Daddy” and again as they closed the show with “I Am Love.” The Jacksons also wore these jackets during live performances, including their 1977 European tour. $800–1,200

582 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED ANNIVERSARY CD SET
A 25th Anniversary collection of Michael Jackson with The Jackson 5 titled Soulsation! with informative booklet signed in black marker “To Bush Love Always Michael Jackson.” The set, released in 1995, is comprised of four compact discs and a booklet highlighting The Jackson 5 era. 10 by 6 by 3/4 inches $400–600
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583 MICHAEL JACKSON 1973 OSCAR PERFORMANCE ENSEMBLE
A red synthetic blend tunic with back zipper closure, accented with large grommets, round and star studs. Together with black synthetic blend, tab front flared trousers featuring a row of round studs down the outside seam of each leg. Both pieces feature labels from Cotroneo Costume of Hollywood with “Mike” typed onto each label. Michael Jackson’s first solo number one hit, “Ben,” the title song from the 1972 film by the same name, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song. Jackson wore this ensemble as he performed the song at the 45th Annual Academy Awards ceremony in 1973. $15,000–20,000

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584 MICHAEL JACKSON DOUBLE SIGNED PROGRAM
A program from the 45th annual Academy Awards presentation held March 27, 1973, double signed by Michael Jackson. The cover is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The page listing Jackson as a nominee for Best Song is also signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Jackson performed his hit single “Ben” at this ceremony. 12 by 9 inches $1,000–1,500

585 MICHAEL JACKSON BELT
A leather lined gold lame belt covered in silvered bugle beads with square iridescent Swarovski square crystal buckle, Velcro and hook and eye closure. The interior of the belt has “Michael” handwritten in black marker. This style of belt was worn by Michael Jackson during The Jacksons’ 1984 Victory Tour. $2,000–3,000

586 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED THE WIZ SOUVENIR CATALOG
A souvenir catalog of The Wiz (Universal, 1978) signed on page 18 in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 11 by 8 1/2 by 1/4 inches $500–700
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587 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BELT
A Michael Jackson merchandising belt featuring a belt buckle with a relief portrait. The interior of the belt is signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 32 inches $300–500

588 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JUMPSUIT
A champagne color satin jumpsuit with large embroidered peacock logo on back. The jumpsuit was designed by Bill Whitten for the Jacksons’ 1979 Destiny Tour. The jumpsuit has been signed in silver marker on left leg “Love Michael Jackson.” $2,000–3,000

589 JACKSON 5 COSTUME SASH
An orange and blue sash covered in square and round blue rim set rhinestones. The underside of the sash has snaps that were used to snap this piece over the shoulders and onto the costume underneath. $100–150

590 MARLON JACKSON PERFORMANCE VEST
A black satin vest with back zip closure and punched jet stone embellishment on front. The interior zipper tape is hand marked “Marlon,” and the vest dates to The Jacksons’ Victory Tour.
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591 JACKSON FIVE COSTUMES
A group of costumes created by Bill Whitten for The Jacksons 1981 world tour including: a pair of red metallic lame pants covered in rhinestone and white plastic fringe, with matching belt featuring large square faceted red “jewels” worn by Michael Jackson with Bill Whitten labels reading “Michael” and “MJ”; purple metallic lame pants and jacket covered in purple faceted stones and punched decorative stones with “TJ” labels; green lame pants, vest, and belt, each covered in punched green “jewels” with additional sash with iridescent crystals and sequins with “MJ” labels; and blue metallic lame pants and coordinating shirt with large blue faceted “jewels” and punched stones and belt sash covered in iridescent crystals and sequins with “JJ” labels. $5,000–7,000

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592 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED 1981 TOUR PROGRAM
A tour program for The Jacksons’ 1981 World Tour. The first page features a bio of Michael Jackson and is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson 1998 XXOO.” 14 1/4 by 9 1/4 inches $700–900

593 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED INVITATION
An invitation reading “Epic Records cordially invites you and a guest to a very special evening with The Jacksons Friday, Sept. 18, 1981.” The event was held at The Forum in Inglewood, California. The inside is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 4 3/4 by 6 3/4 inches $300–500

594 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TOUR JACKET
A black silk tour jacket with silver piping and knit waist, cuffs, and collar with embroidered logo for The Jacksons’ 1984 Victory World Tour. The jacket is signed in silver marker on the back “All My Love Michael Jackson.” $500–700
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595 MICHAEL JACKSON 1980s EPHEMERA
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A collection of Michael Jackson branded items from the 1980s. The group includes a yellow Pride Patrol Victory Tour T-shirt, size S; a Victory cassette; a Vanity Fair AM/FM radio; a Vanity Fair cassette player in original box; Rub n’ Play transfers; Michael Jackson Monogram sunglasses; Michael! 1984 paperback book; and 33 Jackson souvenir cards. 7 3/4 by 7 3/4 by 3 inches $100–150

596 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED 1984 GRAMMY AWARDS PROGRAM
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A program from the 1984 GRAMMY Awards signed on the free end paper in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The 26th Annual GRAMMY Awards were held February 28, 1984, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. In 1984, Jackson became the first artist to take home eight GRAMMY Awards in one night. Accompanied by an orange ribbon reading “Press” with the GRAMMY logo and a supplemental program with handwritten notes. 11 by 8 1/2 by 1/2 inches $1,000–1,500

597 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED 1984 MTV AWARDS PROGRAM
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A program from the 1st Annual MTV Music Awards signed on the inside back cover in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The awards ceremony was held at Radio City Music Hall on September 14, 1984. 11 by 8 1/2 by 1/4 inches $500–700

598 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED VICTORY TOUR PROGRAM
A program for The Jacksons’ 1984 Victory Tour signed in black marker “Michael Jackson” on an interior page. 14 by 11 inches
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$700–900

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599 MICHAEL JACKSON VICTORY SUNGLASSES
A pair of gold metal Ray-Ban aviator style sunglasses, worn by Michael Jackson during The Jacksons’ 1984 Victory Tour. $2,000–3,000

600 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “VICTORY” BACKSTAGE PASS
An adhesive backstage pass for The Jacksons’ 1984 Victory Tour, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 3 1/4 by 4 3/4 inches $200–300

601 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SHIRT
A shirt in the style of those worn by Michael Jackson in the early 1980s, of ivory synthetic blend and silver lame with back zip closure. Entire front of shirt and collar are covered in silver bugle beads. Silver lame shirt tail is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $4,000–6,000
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602 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED CAPTAIN EO PHOTO
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A black and white photograph of Michael Jackson on the set of Captain EO, signed in black marker “Thanks Bush for your help Love Michael Jackson.” 12 by 20 inches $500–700

603 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED CAPTAIN EO HAT
A Captain EO hat signed in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” The black cap has an embroidered “Captain EO” logo and is labeled “Tokyo Disneyland.” Accompanied by an unsigned battery-operated Captain EO visor. $300–500

604 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T-SHIRT
A white cotton T-shirt with printed Captain EO logo from the ride at Epcot Center in Walt Disney World. The front of the shirt is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.”
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605 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED CAPTAIN EO SHIRT
A white spandex shirt featuring ribbed neck, zip closure at back of neck, and a rainbow motif. The shirt is signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Jackson wore this shirt as he portrayed Captain EO in the 3-D film of the same name, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and shown at Disney theme parks in the 1980s and 1990s. $5,000–7,000

606 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED FUZZBALL PLUSH TOY
A plush Fuzzball toy from Captain EO (Lucasfilm, 1986), signed on the left wing in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $500–700

607 MICHAEL JACKSON PROTOTYPE PANTS
A pair of heavy black corduroy pants with six leather and silver metal buckles on lower legs. The pant legs detach at the knee with hook and eye closures. Knees are embellished with hard plastic knee pads. Interior Western Costume Co. label reads “2384-I Michael Jackson.” These were created as a prototype for the style of pants worn by Jackson as Captain EO. $1,500–2,000
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608 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MOTOWN PROGRAM
A Motown 25th Anniversary program signed on the fourth page in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” This program was a souvenir of the legendary night that Jackson premiered the moonwalk during the nationally televised program. 12 by 8 3/4 inches
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$1,000–1,500

609 MICHAEL JACKSON VICTORY SUNGLASSES
A pair of gold metal aviator style sunglasses with mirrored lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during The Jacksons’ 1984 Victory Tour. $3,000–5,000

610 MICHAEL JACKSON STAGE WORN FEDORA
A black felt fedora worn on stage by Michael Jackson. Black grosgrain ribbon hat band and stamped on interior hat band in gold ink “Michael Jackson.” Size large. $2,000–3,000

611 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED LOAFERS
A pair of black leather loafers by Cole Haan. The sole of the left shoe is signed in black marker “To Dennis and Bush,” and the sole of the right shoe is signed in black marker “Love Michael Bush.”
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612 MICHAEL JACKSON FANTASY GLOVE
A white spandex right-hand glove covered in alternating rows of Swarovski crystal loch rosen and square iridescent crystals on the back of the glove. The glove additionally features a round design centering on five large rectangular crystals and two rows of prong set rhinestones at wrist. The palm of the glove is covered in loch rosen crystals of various sizes. This is one of the gloves created by Bill Whitten for Michael Jackson in the early 1980s that were known as the “Fantasy gloves” as they were alternative in color and design to Jackson’s signature white crystal glove. An image of the glove is featured on page 36 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $15,000–20,000

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613 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED VEST
A blue corduroy vest from Universal Studios dated 1982 with large embroidered “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial” on back. The back of the vest is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $500–700

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614 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED E.T. ALBUM
An E.T. (Universal, 1982) record album narrated by Michael Jackson and signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The album includes a 24-page E.T. storybook. 12 1/2 by 12 1/4 by 1/2 inches $500–700

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616 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED GUIDE
A 1985 illustrated guide of Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Page 10 features an image of the wax figure of Michael Jackson. 12 by 8 1/2 inches
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617 MICHAEL JACKSON MULTI SIGNED RECORD COLLECTION
A pack of nine single record albums signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The plastic case holds nine singles by Jackson, including “Beat It,” “Thriller,” “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough,” and “Billie Jean.” Each of the nine albums is signed. 7 3/4 by 8 1/4 by 1 inches $3,000–5,000

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618 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PACKAGING
A McCall’s sewing patterns envelope with two sets of sewing instructions within, signed on the cover in black marker “Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The sewing patterns are numbered 9343, size 3. 8 1/2 by 6 1/2 inches $100–150

619 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED GRAMMY AWARDS DOLL
A Michael Jackson doll wearing his 1984 “GRAMMY Awards” outfit in original packaging signed in black marker “Michael Jackson” on verso. The doll, made by LJN Toys Ltd. and licensed by MJJ Productions Inc., features a Michael Jackson figure dressed in a replica of Jackson’s 1984 GRAMMY Awards outfit holding a microphone in his left hand. 13 3/4 by 7 by 2 1/2 inches $400–600

620 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS DOLL
A doll in original packaging signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The doll, made by LJN Toys Ltd. and licensed by MJJ Productions Inc., features a Michael Jackson figure dressed in a replica of Jackson’s 1984 American Music Awards outfit holding a microphone in his gloved left hand. 13 3/4 by 7 by 2 1/2 inches $400–600

621 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MOTOWN DOLL COSTUME
A Motown replica costume for the Michael Jackson doll in original packaging, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The outfit is comprised of a gold metallic jacket, black pants, a black shirt with metallic weave, gold metallic socks and glove, a pair of black shoes, and a gold belt. 14 by 8 1/2 inches $400–600

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622 MICHAEL JACKSON VINTAGE TOYS
A group of six Michael Jackson vintage toys. The group includes three Michael Jackson action figures manufactured by LJN Toys Ltd. Each figure wears a different signature costume: Jackson’s “Thriller” outfit, his American Music Awards ensemble, and his GRAMMY Awards outfit. Also included are an LJN Michael Jackson Sing a Long Sound Machine; an LJN Michael Jackson cordless toy microphone; and a Michael Jackson Colorforms puzzle. All are in their original packaging. $150–200

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623 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TRIVIA BOOK
A copy of Michael Jackson Trivia Book signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The paperback book was written by Lewis K. Parker and published by Weekly Reader Books in 1984. 9 1/4 by 7 by 1/4 inches $400–600

624 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE
A 1984 magazine entitled “The One and Only Michael Jackson,” signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 11 by 8 inches $400–600

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625 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SEARS CATALOG INSERT
An insert for the Sears 1984 Fall Winter catalog signed by Michael Jackson. The insert is for Michael Jackson “Beat It” and “Thriller” apparel sold by Sears. Accompanied by the complete Sears catalog. 10 3/4 by 8 1/4 by 2 inches $200–300
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626 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PROMOTIONAL JACKET
A brown corduroy jacket with embroidered back reading “Michael Jackson Thriller,” signed on the back in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $500–700

627 MICHAEL JACKSON VIEW-MASTER AND REELS
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A Michael Jackson “Thriller” View-Master gift set in original packaging. The View-Master set is comprised of a 3-D viewer and three “Thriller” reels. Accompanied by three reels of “The Wiz” and three reels of “Thriller” in original package. 6 1/2 by 9 3/4 by 3 1/2 inches $600–800

628 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED VIEW-MASTER CARTRIDGES
A set of Thriller Talking View-Master 3-D cartridges in the original packaging signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 9 1/2 by 5 1/4 by 3/4 inches $400–600

629 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “THRILLER” DOLL
A Michael Jackson doll wearing the “Thriller” outfit in original packaging signed in black marker “To Bush Michael Jackson.” The doll, made by LJN Toys Ltd. and licensed by MJJ Productions Inc., features a Michael Jackson figure dressed in a replica of Jackson’s “Thriller” outfit holding a microphone in his gloved left hand. 13 3/4 by 7 by 2 1/2 inches $400–600
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630 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PROMOTIONAL JACKET
A silver satin promotional jacket from CBS Records for Michael Jackson’s 1982 Thriller album, signed in black marker on the back “Love Michael Jackson.” $500–700

631 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “THRILLER” STYLE JACKET
A “Thriller” style jacket from the J. Park collection, signed on the back in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Size 38 $1,000–1,500

632 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED THRILLER PICTURE DISC
A picture disc signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 12 1/4 by 12 1/4 inches $500–700
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633 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED STEREO AND BOX
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A Michael Jackson brand stereo, made by Vanity Fair and ERTL, signed “To Bush Love Michael Jackson” on the box front. The glass top of the stereo is additionally signed “Love Michael Jackson.” 11 1/2 by 14 1/4 by 11 inches $400–600

634 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED CASSETTE PLAYER
A Michael Jackson vintage cassette player with headsets in original box signed by Jackson. The cassette player was produced by Vanity Fair and licensed by MJJ Productions Inc. in 1984. The box is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 7 3/4 by 7 3/4 by 3 inches $400–600
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635 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHONOGRAPH
A Michael Jackson Sing-along phonograph in original packaging. The phonograph features promotional images of Michael Jackson from the “Thriller” era and is made by Vanity Fair. It plays both 45 and 33 1/3 records. The cover of the record player is signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” Accompanied by a microphone with an 8 1/2 foot cord. 11 by 13 by 4 inches $500–700

636 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE SHEET
A magazine sheet from the July 21, 1984, issue of Billboard magazine featuring two advertisements, one paying gratitude and the other offering congratulations to Michael Jackson, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 14 1/2 by 11 inches
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637 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “BEAT IT” STYLE JACKET
A “Beat It” style jacket from the J. Park collection, signed on the back in silver marker “All My Love Michael Jackson.” $1,000–1,500

638 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE PAGE
A page from the February 18, 1984, issue of Billboard magazine signed in red marker “Michael Jackson.” The page features an advertisement taken by Michael Jackson, Michael Peters, and Bob Giraldi to thank the people involved with creating “Beat It.” 14 1/2 by 10 3/4 inches

639 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “BEAT IT” DOLL COSTUME
A “Beat It” replica costume for the Michael Jackson doll in original packaging, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The outfit is comprised of the red “Beat It” jacket, black denim pants, a blue T-shirt, gold metallic socks and glove, a pair of black shoes, and a gold belt. 14 by 8 1/2 inches $400–600

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640 MICHAEL JACKSON VARSITY SWEATER
A blue knit wool cardigan with yellow stripes on left arm, gold crest buttons, and faux jeweled badges at cuffs, pockets, and right chest. Western Costume Co. label reads “Michael Jackson.” $3,000–5,000
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641 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of black Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses, worn by Michael Jackson in his everyday life. $1,000–1,500

642 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM “MJ” KNIT
A blue and white striped, custom cotton knit sweater featuring a central crowned “MJ” crest at center of chest. This was a product sample of a possible clothing line. $700–900

643 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM “MJ” KNIT
A red and white striped, custom cotton knit sweater featuring a central crowned “MJ” crest at center of chest. This was a product sample of a possible clothing line. $700–900

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644 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED KIM FIELDS RECORD
A single of Kim Fields’ serenade to Michael Jackson entitled “Dear Michael” signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Fields recorded the song in 1984. 7 1/2 by 7 1/2 inches $200–300

645 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED ALBUM
A Kim Fields He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not album, signed on the cover “Love Michael Jackson 1991.” Fields’ mother, Chip Fields, played Janet Jackson’s mother on Good Times (CBS, 1974-1979). 12 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches
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646 MICHAEL JACKSON PINK SUIT
A pink linen, double-breasted jacket with pink patterned silk lining. Together with matching pants featuring a large metal buckle with central foliate design. Both pieces feature Western Costume Co. labels reading in part, “Michael Jackson.” $2,000–3,000

647 MICHAEL JACKSON RED LINEN SUIT
A custom created red linen jacket with red silk lining, together with matching pants featuring metal buckle with lion over crown crest at center. Each piece features a Western Costume Co. label reading in part, “Michael Jackson.” $2,000–3,000

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648 MICHAEL JACKSON WHITE HOUSE JACKET
A black cashmere hussars jacket with red armband and cuffs. The front of the jacket is covered in black braided rope and additionally accenting the cuffs, collar, and back of the jacket. The front of the jacket has a long row of black, crown over eagle buttons, and the collar features black metal crowns over red fabric. The front of the jacket has an added rhinestone brooch, signed “B&W” for designers Butler and Wilson. The interior of the jacket features Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Michael Jackson wore this jacket as he visited the White House in 1990, when he was honored as Entertainer of the Decade by then President George H.W. Bush. $40,000–60,000

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649 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SUZIE PLUSH TOY
A Suzie the Bunny plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Suzie’s Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 8 1/4 by 7 1/4 inches $300–500

650 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MUSCLES PLUSH TOY
A Muscles the Snake plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Muscles’ Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 8 1/4 by 7 1/4 inches $300–500

651 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED LOUIE PLUSH TOY
A Louie the Llama plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Louie’s Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 12 3/4 by 7 inches $300–500

652 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED UNCLE TOOKIE PLUSH TOY
An Uncle Tookie the Frog plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with an “Uncle Tookie’s Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 8 1/4 by 7 1/4 inches $300–500

653 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SPANKY PLUSH TOY
A Spanky the Dog plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Spanky’s Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 8 1/4 by 7 1/4 inches $300–500

654 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BUBBLES PLUSH TOY
A Bubbles the Chimp plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Bubbles’ Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 8 1/4 by 7 1/4 inches $500–700

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655 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COOL BEAR PLUSH TOY
A Cool Bear plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Cool Bear’s Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 8 1/4 by 7 1/4 inches $300–500

656 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JABBAR PLUSH TOY
A Jabbar the Giraffe plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Jabbar’s Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 20 by 12 3/4 by 7 1/4 inches $300–500

657 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JEANNINE PLUSH TOY
A Jeannine the Ostrich plush toy signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The toy is in the original packaging with a “Jeannine’s Story” cassette tape. The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 17 1/4 by 8 1/4 by 7 1/4 inches $300–500

658 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MR. BILL PLUSH TOY
A Mr. Bill the Security Dog plush toy signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The Michael’s Pets toy line was introduced in 1987. 13 by 10 by 5 1/2 inches $300–500

659 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TEDDY BEAR
A caramel colored velour teddy bear signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 19 3/4 by 13 1/2 by 9 inches $100–150

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660 MICHAEL JACKSON “WE ARE THE WORLD” REHEARSAL JACKET
A tropical weight wool military style jacket with patch featuring lions flanking a “J” at right chest. Michael Jackson wore this jacket during rehearsals before the filming of “We Are the World.” $20,000–30,000

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661 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HAT
A red fur felt Akubra hat with white hat band signed “Love Michael Jackson.” The traditional hat was given to Jackson in 1985 while visiting Perth, Australia. He appeared on the Today Tonight program for a telethon. Original sparkle hat band has been removed. $2,000–3,000

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662 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HAT
A dark green felt hat by A. Breiser of Austria with rope hat band and pinned bristle brush and “M.J.” embossed in gold on interior hat band. The hat is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The hat is sold together with a printed photograph of Jackson wearing the hat while on tour. $500–700

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664 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BAD TOUR JACKET
A black nylon ski style jacket with decorative buckles and D-rings with embroidery reading “Pepsi Presents Michael Jackson Tour 1988” and MJJ Productions logos. The jacket is signed on the back in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” $500–700

663 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JUMPSUIT
A heavy black canvas zip front jumpsuit with Bad 1987-1988 World Tour logo embroidered on back and additional patch at left shoulder for “Close Range Entertainment Services.” Additionally embroidered “Michael” at left chest. This style of jumpsuit was the uniform worn by all of Michael Jackson’s security personnel during the Bad Tour. The left arm is signed in silver marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $800–1,200

665 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JACKET
A black zip front jacket with MJJ Productions logo embroidered to left chest surrounded by international flags and text reading in part, “Michael Jackson Bad World Tour 1988.” The jacket is signed in silver marker “To Bush Michael Jackson.” $500–700

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666 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SAMPLE
A black canvas fabric swatch featuring a large embroidered logo for Michael Jackson’s Bad album, signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson 1998.” $400–600
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667 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED ITALIAN PROMOTIONAL POSTER
A 1988 Italian Pepsi promotional poster signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 17 3/4 by 13 1/4 inches $500–700

668 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PREMIERE PARTY INVITATION
An invitation to the European grand premiere party for Michael Jackson’s Bad Tour, held in Rome “after the show” on May 23, 1988. The invitation is signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 8 1/4 by 6 inches $200–300

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669 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR EPHEMERA
A collection of items featuring Bad Tour branding. The group includes a white Levi Strauss Bad Tour sweatshirt with zipper collar, size L/XL; Bad polo style shirt from the September 26-28 Pittsburgh concert; size L; two tickets to the Basel, Switzerland, concert; Pepsi/Michael Jackson promotional towel; Bad notepad; Bad mini notebook; four 1988 tour pins; four Bad patches; two world tour patches. $100–150

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670 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TOUR BAG
A black synthetic leather tour bag signed by Michael Jackson. The bag has a white Michael Jackson European Tour 1988 logo. It is branded “Carlton.” There is a signature in silver marker that reads “Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $200–300

671 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COMIC BOOK
A Spanish comic book entitled “Michael Jackson,” signed on the cover in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The 1988 comic book centers around Jackson’s life and features scenes from the “Thriller” video, the Jackson 5 era, The Wiz, and Jackson’s life in 1984. 11 1/2 by 9 inches
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672 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SHIRT
A short-sleeve cotton shirt with yellow, blue, pink, and green print of a truck and the company motto “You Rock We Roll” from the shipping company that provided cargo services for the Bad World Tour. The shirt is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson 1998.” $300–500

673 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SWEATSHIRT
A white Michael Jackson “Bad” sweatshirt signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson XX.” Size Medium $300–500

674 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BAG
A white nylon gym bag with printed Pepsi and tour logos from the Asian and Australian leg of Jackson’s 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. The bag is signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $200–300
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675 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR COSTUME
A silver spandex shirt with zip front closure, three silver buttons at chest, buckled black leather straps on both arms, tuck strap with snap closure, and silver tone metal “Special Officer” badges at each shoulder. Interior Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush label. Michael Jackson wore this costume as he performed on stage during the 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. $35,000–40,000

676 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR BELT
A black leather, silver studded belt that extends down the right leg with additional buckled straps. The belt is marked on the interior in silver marker “2 of 2 Tompkins/Bush 1987” and signed in silver marker by Michael Jackson “Love Michael Jackson.” The belt was created for the opening leg of Jackson’s 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. $10,000–15,000

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677 MICHAEL JACKSON BADGE
A rectangular silver metal belt plate featuring a central star together with a metal and enamel “MJJ” badge with Velcro backing. The silver metal plate is from one of Michael Jackson’s iconic Bad era belts. An image of Jackson wearing the belt which incorporated this style of plate is featured in the April, 1989 issue of Ebony magazine, which is included in this lot. 3 1/8 by 2 1/16 inches $500–700

678 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED INDUSTRY MAGAZINE
A summer 1990 copy of BMI’s magazine titled Music World featuring an image of Michael Jackson on the cover. Signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” $200–300

679 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of black Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses, worn by Michael Jackson in his everyday life. $1,000–1,500

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680 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BAD ERA BELT
A black leather belt, covered in silver tone metal badges, with large buckle cartouche centering on a fleur-de-lis. The interior of the belt is signed in silver marker “To Bush Michael Jackson.” The belt is additionally marked on the interior in Bush’s hand “Opt #2 Bad Tour 1989.” This was one of the styles proposed to Jackson as “option 2” for the Bad Tour. 32 1/2 inches $8,000–10,000

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681 MICHAEL JACKSON MILITARY STYLE JACKET
A black wool military style jacket featuring red piping detail at cuffs, red armband and red collar and epaulets that are additionally embroidered in yellow “CTE.” The jacket is accented with a gold tone metal badge at chest with crown over a blue enamel center. Michael Jackson wore this jacket in everyday life during his 1987-1989 Bad World Tour and was photographed wearing the jacket while hugging Motown founder Berry Gordy during a visit to the Motown Museum in 1988. $20,000–30,000

682 MICHAEL JACKSON EARLY 1980s SHIRT
A black wool long-sleeve shirt with snap front closure and lined in black silk. The bib front, western style shirt is embellished with white silk ruffle at cuffs and bib front, featuring gold tone metal buttons. Collar and epaulets feature gold piping detailing with faux jeweled costume pieces on each epaulet. The jacket was made by Western Costume Co. Michael Jackson was photographed wearing this shirt with his longtime manager, Frank Dileo, in the early 1980s. $4,000–6,000

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683 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED POSTER
A promotional poster from a fan magazine featuring an image of Michael Jackson and his backup dancers performing his patented anti-gravity lean. The poster is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 23 1/4 by 34 1/2 inches $400–600

684 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MOONWALKER BAG
A plastic Moonwalker (Ultimate Productions, 1988) bag signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The drawstring bag has an image of Michael Jackson and Katie, played by Kellie Parker. 8 1/2 by 6 3/4 inches $80–120

685 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TREATMENT
A preliminary treatment for Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker (Ultimage Productions, 1988) entitled “Chicago Nights” by David Newman and signed by Jackson on the title page in black marker “Michael Jackson.” It is comprised of 28 pages bound in a red folder. 11 1/2 by 9 1/4 inches $700–900

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686 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED VIDEO GAME PLATE
An original acrylic title plate sign from the Sega arcade game released in conjunction with Michael Jackson’s feature-length film Moonwalker. The sign is signed in silver marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 23 1/8 by 7 1/2 inches $400–600

687 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED IMAGE
An image of Michael Jackson in his “Smooth Criminal” ensemble signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 10 by 8 inches $500–700

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A Michael Jackson promotional sign reading “Michael Jackson world tour MJJ PEPSI.” It is signed in black marker “Bush Michael Jackson.” 10 3/4 by 7 inches $300–500

689 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED ORGANIZER
An artificial leather organizer signed by Michael Jackson. The promotional organizer is branded “CBS Epic” London. The front cover is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 8 by 5 by 1/2 inches $100–150

690 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TOUR ITINERARY
A Michael Jackson 1988 European tour itinerary signed in black marker on the first page “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The itinerary is approximately 60 pages and has handwritten notes taken by Michael Bush during the tour. 11 1/4 by 8 3/4 by 1/2 inches
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691 MICHAEL JACKSON VARSITY JACKET
A red wool varsity style jacket with black leather sleeves with embroidery reading “Kansai Man The Great West” at left chest and large graphic of a horse and rider on back of jacket reading “The Great West Pioneer Kansai Man.” Interior label reads in part, “Kansai Man Reprica, Yamamoto Kansai Co. LTD.” This jacket belonged to Michael Bush, but Michael Jackson liked it and wore it on multiple occasions. Large 1/2 inch hole in back of jacket $2,000–3,000

692 MICHAEL JACKSON TOUR ITINERARY
An itinerary from Eriksberg, Gothenburg, dated June 11-12, 1988, with a copy of the 1988 Bad Tour schedule. The itinerary lists the stage construction schedule, local contacts, restaurants, nightclubs, and other local businesses and services. The three-page tour schedule lists the stops from March 12-July 31, 1988. 11 by 8 1/2 inches $80–120
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693 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink, marker, and pencil sketch on paper showing Michael Jackson wearing a stage costume with cuirass featuring a Prussian eagle design and other pieces of body armor over black leather. The sketch is signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins and signed in pencil “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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694 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED AND WORN JACKET
A black patent leather motorcycle style jacket with zip front closure, zip cuffs, and matching belt at waist. The jacket is heavily embellished with a large embroidered Prussian eagle with central “M” crest on back and additional patches reading “Unique” and “MJ” and an eagle holding an “M.” The jacket also features a red patent leather stripe on left arm and a silver embroidered armband on right arm. Interior features Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels and is signed in white marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Jackson was photographed wearing this jacket with Flavor Flav while attending an event in the 1980s. $15,000–20,000

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695 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR “THRILLER” JACKET
A red leather jacket with black leather detailing and no front closure. The jacket additionally features batterypowered illumination panels throughout. The interior lining is zipped into place, giving access to the extensive wiring system on the interior of the jacket. Bill Whitten designed this jacket for Michael Jackson to wear as he performed “Thriller” during the Asian leg of his 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. This jacket is discussed and illustrated on pages 76-77 and 82 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $20,000–30,000

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696 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR “MAGIC JUMPSUIT”
A white parachute silk “magic jumpsuit” with front zip closure and additional Velcro quick-change closures running the length of each arm, leg, and through the front of the torso. The jumpsuit is additionally embellished with silver studs, trapunto stitching, and buckled nylon straps. Interior label reads “Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush.” Together with a black leather studded belt with Velcro closure and interior label reading “Michael Jackson.” Jackson wore this jumpsuit and belt during the Australian leg of his 1987-1989 Bad World Tour while performing the song “Working Day And Night.” The design of the jumpsuit and the role it played in creating Jackson’s disappearing illusion is discussed at length on pages 123-128 of The The King of Style by Michael Bush. The jumpsuit is additionally illustrated on pages 124-125. $15,000–20,000

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697 MICHAEL JACKSON “MAGIC JUMPSUIT”
An aubergine sparkle velvet jumpsuit embellished with punched red rhinestones, zippers, and buckles. This quick-change jumpsuit with front zip and Velcro closures was designed by Bill Whitten for the Asian leg of Michael Jackson’s 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. Whitten worked with Jackson to create the costumes worn for the opening leg of the Bad Tour in Japan and Australia. Jackson performed a total of 14 sold-out stadium shows in Tokyo, Nishinomiya, Yokohama, and Osaka, Japan. The jumpsuit is illustrated on page 110 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $15,000–20,000

698 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR “MAGIC JUMPSUIT”
A jumpsuit made from red and black parachute material with quickchange zip and Velcro front closures. Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush originally created a “magic jumpsuit” for Michael Jackson to wear as he performed the song “Bad” before performing his disappearing act. The order of the show was changed during preparation for the show because the transition of singing “Bad” right into “Beat It” was too strenuous. Jackson instead performed “Working Day and Night,” so Tompkins and Bush created the white jumpsuit. The panel of red fabric on the side of the jumpsuit is signed in black marker “Thanks Michael Jackson.” $4,000–6,000

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699 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED ROBE
A cotton robe printed with “Osaka Ana - Sheraton Hotel,” signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The robe was obtained by Jackson while staying in Osaka, Japan, during the opening leg of the Bad Tour. He performed at Osaka Stadium on October 10, 11, and 12, 1987. $800–1,200

700 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JAPAN TOUR ITINERARY 1987
A Michael Jackson Tour “87” Japan itinerary signed on the second page in black marker “To Bush Michael Jackson Love.” 8 3/4 by 6 1/2 inches $300–500

701 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
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A black and white photograph of Michael Jackson performing on stage during his 1987-1989 Bad World Tour, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $500–700

702 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BAD PROMO
A promo card featuring the album artwork from Michael Jackson’s Bad album signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 12 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches $500–700

703 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BAD PROMOTIONAL ITEMS
A group of promotional pieces for the Michael Jackson Bad album, including a cardboard bust of Jackson that reads “Michael Jackson Bad” and is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Together with two cardboard banners that read “Michael Jackson Bad” and two black cardboard pieces that read “Michael Jackson.” 20 1/2 by 12 inches
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704 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR “THRILLER” JACKET
A red and yellow varsity style jacket with wool body and leather sleeves with knit cuffs, collar, and waistband. The jacket features a large “M” at chest and was worn by Michael Jackson as he transformed into a werewolf while performing “Thriller” live on stage during the 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. The left sleeve of the jacket is signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $30,000–50,000

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705 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SWEATSHIRT
A black cotton sweatshirt printed with the Bad World Tour dates. The back of the sweatshirt is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $400–600

706 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PASSES
A group of guest passes to Michael Jackson’s 1988 world tour. Included are three satin guest passes with sticker backs, two of which are affixed back to back, and two satin sticker back badges that read “Michael Jackson one night only.” One guest pass is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 4 1/2 by 3 1/4 inches $300–500

707 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BAD TOUR JACKET
A white cotton jacket with drawstring waist and snap front closure featuring Michael Jackson logo and concert dates for his Bad World Tour stop in Sweden. The back of the jacket is signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $500–700

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708 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE
A 1990 60th Anniversary issue of The Hollywood Reporter signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Jackson’s signature is on an advertisement for Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush custom designed costumes and features an image of Jackson wearing an ensemble designed by the duo. 11 by 8 1/2 by 1/2 inches $200–300

709 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JACKET
A vintage black and white leather jacket, heavily embellished with zippers and studs with interior label reading “Metal.” The front of the jacket is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson, 1998.” $500–700

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710 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD TOUR JACKET
A black stretch gabardine, zip front jacket, heavily embellished with additional zippers at chest, five buckled leather straps on each cuff, buckled leather strap at waist, special officer badges at each shoulder, sterling silver rank markers at shoulders and collar, and silver metal studs on epaulets. The jacket is further embellished with two large bandolier style leather straps covered in special officer badges. Interior label reads “Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush.” Michael Jackson wore this jacket on stage during the Asian leg of the 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. Four jackets were made in this style for the tour. One jacket was made in leather, and the subsequent three jackets were made of black stretch gabardine. $80,000–120,000

711 MICHAEL JACKSON ICONOGRAPH OF “BAD” JACKET
An "Iconograph" of Michael Jackson’s “Bad” jacket by artist Deborah Morales (American, B. 1962). The one-of-a-kind, 18 gauge stainless steel artwork is handgrinded, buffed and polished to bring out the energy of the subject matter. It is then overlaid with Iconograpic Art. This Iconograph features Michael Jackson’s “Bad” jacket with raised police badges to give a three dimensional element to the piece. 36 by 28 inches
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713 MICHAEL JACKSON “BAD” ERA PANTS 712 MICHAEL JACKSON “DIRTY DIANA” VIDEO WORN SHIRT AND GLOVE
A sheer white French voile button front long-sleeve shirt. Together with a black spandex, right forearm glove with 10 decorative buckles and three buttons at wrist. This shirt and glove were created for and worn by Michael Jackson as he performed the song “Dirty Diana” during the shoot for his music video directed by Joe Pytka. Michael Bush recalls that Jackson had requested a black leather jacket to wear during the shoot for the video but once on set felt it was too heavy and didn’t move enough. Michael Bush had been wearing this light French voile shirt, and Jackson said, “Bush, your shirt is winking at me.” Bush gave Jackson the shirt off his back, and that became the look for Jackson’s future performances of “Dirty Diana.” The full story and an image of this shirt are featured on page 61 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $20,000–30,000 A pair of black cotton blend pants with red inset panel on the outside seam of the left leg. The pants are adorned with nine buckled leather straps on the left leg and seven on the right leg with additional industrial zippers and D-ring straps. The interior of the pants feature a Western Costume label with invoice number and “Michael Jackson” typed onto the label. The pants are identical to those worn by Jackson during the filming of his video for the song “Bad,” but this pair was made for his personal use. $4,000–6,000

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714 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED GUILDHALL MENU
A menu from a July 20, 1988, private dinner held in honor of Michael Jackson at Guildhall, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Jackson was presented with an Excalibur sword at the event. 11 1/2 by 8 1/4 inches $200–300

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715 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED INVITATION
An invitation to the Pepsi-Cola Midnight Party held in Munich July 8, 1988, signed in black marker “Bush Michael Jackson.” Accompanied by the original envelope and two tickets for the Michael Jackson Party dated June 11, 1988. 8 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches $200–300

716 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED V.I.P. GUEST PASS
A V.I.P. guest pass to Michael Jackson’s September 11, 1988, concert at Aintree Racecourse, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” This performance in Liverpool, England, was the final stop in the European leg of the 1988-1989 Bad World Tour. 6 by 2 1/2 inches $200–300

717 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SWEEPSTAKES FORM
A “Bad in Britain” Canadian sweepstakes form signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The sweepstakes that was held in 1988 had a grand prize of a trip for two to London, England, to see Jackson in concert. 7 3/4 by 3 3/4 inches
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718 MICHAEL JACKSON TRIPLE SIGNED “BAD” PRESS KIT
A “Bad” promotional package produced by Epic and triple signed by Michael Jackson. The package is comprised of a “Bad” folder that contains an eight-page Curriculum Vitae of Jackson, a black and white image of Jackson, and two film slides of Jackson. The folder is signed in red marker “Michael Jackson.” The C.V. is signed in red marker “Michael Jackson.” The image is signed in red marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 11 1/4 by 9 inches $1,000–1,500

719 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “BAD” PROTOTYPE PANTS
A pair of charcoal grey zip front denim pants with inset black spandex panels along inseams. The pants are heavily embellished with extra zippers, D-rings, buckle straps, and an inset panel of red fabric to left leg. The right leg of the pants are signed in silver marker “Bush Like This M.J.” This pair of pants was purchased from the store Retail Slut on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles and then further embellished by Tompkins and Bush. $2,000–3,000
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720 MICHAEL JACKSON PEPSI AND AWARDS CEREMONY JACKET

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A black wool double-breasted suit jacket embellished with red armband, gold tone metal floral buttons, gold bullion embroidered crown patch at chest, and buckled leather straps at right shoulder. Interior label reads “West St. Tropez Paris/New York, Made In Italy.” Michael Jackson wore this jacket during close-up shots of his four-part Pepsi commercial filmed during the Bad era. Jackson also wore this jacket as he attended the 3rd annual Soul Train Awards in 1989, when he was honored with the Sammy Davis Jr. Heritage Award and the Heritage Award for Career Achievement. Jackson also won awards for best single and video for “Man In The Mirror.” A copy of the September 1987 issue of Ebony magazine which features an image of Jackson from the set of the Pepsi commercial is included in this lot. $20,000–30,000

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721 MICHAEL JACKSON PEPSI COMMERCIAL STUNT JACKET
A tropical weight wool jacket created by Western Costume Co. for use in Michael Jackson’s four-part episodic Pepsi commercial. This jacket was used during the filming of special effects sequences and has holes to accommodate the safety harness cables. Interior Western Costume label has “Michael Jackson Rigged” typed onto the label. This is a replica of the close-up jacket Jackson wore in the commercial, but it does not have the gold tone metal buttons. $8,000–12,000

722 MICHAEL JACKSON PEPSI COMMERCIAL PANTS
A pair of black cotton pants with navy waistband and pockets. The pants are embellished with additional zippers, D-rings, and straps. Michael Jackson wore these pants while performing on stage throughout all four parts of his late 1980s Pepsi ad campaign. In the commercial Jackson performs in these pants while singing his number one single “Bad” with lyrics altered to incorporate Pepsi. Michael Bush recalls that the pants were purchased from the store Retail Slut on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. $6,000–8,000

723 MICHAEL JACKSON PANTS
A pair of black cotton pants embellished with additional zippers, D-rings, and straps. These are identical in style to the pants worn by Michael Jackson during his Bad era Pepsi commercial shoot. This pair of pants was purchased at Retail Slut on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. $1,000–1,500

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724 MICHAEL JACKSON MILITARY COSTUME
A black wool jacket with tails, featuring extensive gold bullion embroidery, red collar, cuffs and epaulets. Together with a pair of black wool pants with gold accented outer leg seams and interior label from Bermans and Nathans costumers of London. Michael Jackson wore this costume during a 1989 Vanity Fair shoot with photographer Annie Leibovitz for a cover article featuring Jackson. Together with a copy of the magazine featuring an autograph by Jackson in black marker reading “Thanks Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $15,000–20,000

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725 PAPER MODELS FOR “THE STORY BELT”
A full paper mock-up of “the story belt” created for Michael Jackson’s approval before the belt was carved and cast in solid silver. Together with an additional drawing of the central buckle of the belt giving further detail of the proposed design. The belt featured a large central buckle with two cherubs flanking a crowned “MJ.” The seven additional panels feature cherubs in scenes depicting important moments in Jackson’s life and career. The panels were conceived by and hand carved by Dennis Tompkins. The belt was created in 1988 to greet Jackson at his newly purchased Neverland Valley Ranch at the close of the 19871989 Bad Tour. The belt itself is discussed in great detail on pages 162-165 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. The silver belt is on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where Jackson was inducted in 2001, in Cleveland, Ohio. belt 6 by 41 inches and the sketch is 9 by 12 inches $400–600

726 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original pencil on translucent paper sketch of Michael Jackson wearing a western style, bib front shirt signed in black marker “Thanx Dennis Love Michael Jackson.” Additional pencil notation in Dennis Tompkins hand reads “For Video w/Family MJ July 26, 1989.” 16 by 12 inches $1,000–1,500

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727 MICHAEL JACKSON PHOTOSHOOT ENSEMBLE
A Gap denim, button front, long-sleeve shirt together with a pair of button front Levi jeans and a wide leather belt with double ring buckle. Michael Jackson wore this ensemble during a photoshoot with photographer Jonathan Exley. Exley shot Jackson wearing this ensemble in front of the Neverland Valley Ranch Ferris wheel at night for Jackson’s March 2002 Vibe magazine cover article. $3,000–5,000

728 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PETER PAN JACKET
A Levi Strauss denim jacket featuring a custom painted picture of Peter Pan on the back, signed “Firuze.” The jacket is further embellished with rim set stones and hand-sewn crystals with additional painted “Neverland” above Peter Pan. The jacket is signed in black marker on the left sleeve “All My Love Michael Jackson.” $3,000–5,000

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729 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HAT
A black wool train coductor’s hat with a cast metal badge reading Neverland Valley Conductor, the top of the hat is signed in silver marker, “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $800–1,200

730 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SAMPLE
An unused sheet of adhesive Neverland Valley Ranch logo decals, signed in black marker “OK Michael Jackson.” 9 1/2 by 14 inches $300–500

731 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SAMPLE
A white jersey swatch of fabric with blue embroidered sample of the Neverland Valley Ranch logo approved in black marker “Thanks Bush Love Michael Jackson Buy.” The sample is additionally marked “#1.” 15 1/2 by 18 inches $300–500

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732 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MOLD
A double-sided mold used to create the custom crest, created by Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush to decorate one of Michael Jackson’s Rolls Royce limousines. The mold is signed in approval by Jackson in black marker “Yes Bush Michael Jackson.” 9 by 1 1/4 inches $300–500

733 MICHAEL JACKSON INITIALED NEVERLAND GLASSES
A pair of glasses presented to Michael Jackson for approval of the design for his custom Neverland Valley Ranch barware. The first glass is plain; the second features the custom etched logo of Neverland and is initialed in black marker on the base “Yes M.J.” 4 by 3 1/4 inches $400–600

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735 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF BUBBLES 734 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SOTHEBY’S CATALOG
A Sotheby’s contemporary art catalog from May 15, 2001, featuring the 1988 Jeff Koons porcelain sculpture titled “Michael Jackson and Bubbles.” The catalog is in a slip cover case with an additional small volume dedicated to this work. The box is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The sculpture sold for $5,615,750. 11 by 8 1/2 by 1 1/4 inches $500–700 An image of Michael Jackson’s pet chimpanzee Bubbles, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson Love.” The image shows Bubbles dressed in denim overalls and a striped shirt aboard the Bullet Train in Japan during Jackson’s 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. 4 by 6 inches $400–600

736 MICHAEL JACKSON AND MARCEL MARCEAU SIGNED BOOKLET
A booklet entitled “Marcel Marceau” signed on the first page in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The facing page is signed in black marker “To Bush... Marcel Marceau 97.” Jackson was a fan and friend of Marceau and credited him as an inspiration. Together with a black and white image of Marceau signed in gold marker “To Michael Bush... Marcel Marceau.” 12 1/4 by 9 inches $700–900

737 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED INVITATION
An invitation to The Friends of the Capital Children’s Museum cocktail buffet honoring “Mega Star” Michael Jackson, signed by Jackson. The event was held April 5, 1990, at the historic Merrywood Estate. The invitation is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Accompanied by an unsigned invitation. 9 by 3 3/4 inches $200–300

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738 MICHAEL JACKSON JACKET
A black patent leather jacket with buckled back, chest, arms, cuffs, and collar, with added red armband. The jacket contains a Western Costume label and has “Michael Jackson” typed onto the label. This was a transitional piece as Jackson moved from the Bad era to the Dangerous era. He did not care for the use of buckles on the jacket as it was a continuation of the style of his Bad era. Jackson preferred to move on to a new look entirely after the close of the Bad Tour. $8,000–12,000

739 MICHAEL JACKSON JACKET
A black leather jacket with buckled back, chest, arms, cuffs, and collar. According to Michael Bush, this jacket served as the inspiration for a transitional look between the Bad and Dangerous eras. Michael Jackson did not care for the use of buckles, one of the signature style elements of the Bad era clothing, but instead wanted to move on to a completely new look. $8,000–12,000

740 MICHAEL JACKSON CORDUROY PANTS
A pair of black heavy corduroy pants with zip front and tab closure with an embroidered patch featuring a crown over the figure of Hermes. Interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush label. $1,500–2,000

741 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM PANTS
A pair of cotton blend, tab front dress pants featuring a crown patch at waist and gold and red Greek key ribbon running along the outside seam of the pant legs. Interior marking reads “Never L. #6” in white with Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush label. $1,500–2,000

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742 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED L.A. GEAR POSTER
A poster for Michael Jackson’s L.A. Gear Unstoppable ad campaign signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The 1990 poster features Jackson and a group of stylish children all wearing L.A. Gear shoes. 14 by 11 inches $400–600

743 MICHAEL JACKSON L.A. GEAR SUNGLASSES
A pair of sunglasses that have been gold plated for use during the L.A. Gear ad campaign photoshoot. In the final print ads from the shoot, the custom gold sunglasses can be seen hanging from the waistband of Michael Jackson’s custom Levi’s. $2,000–3,000

744 MICHAEL JACKSON L.A. GEAR DENIM
A pair of Levi Strauss jeans with large slashed holes to legs, inset turquoise leather panel on right leg additionally embellished with full coverage of black, copper, silver, and gold studs on back of right leg. Left pant leg is signed in black marker “Thanks Bush Love Michael Jackson.” These jeans were created for and worn by Jackson as he appeared in an ad campaign for L.A. Gear. $7,000–9,000

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745 MICHAEL JACKSON L.A. GEAR PHOTOSHOOT JACKET
A 1950s vintage leather cowhide motorcycle jacket customized with metal license plate style plaques. The jacket was created by Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush for Michael Jackson to wear during a photoshoot for L.A. Gear as well as other public appearances. The jacket is illustrated on page 102 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $20,000–30,000

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746 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
A group of original pencil sketches on a single sheet of paper featuring three concepts for jacket designs, signed in approval in black marker “Michael Jackson Yes.” The sheet features the L.A. Gear ad campaign license plate jacket among the concepts. 17 by 14 inches $800–1,200

747 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED ELDER-BEERMAN CATALOG
An Elder-Beerman catalog dated Sunday, August 5, 1990. Page 33 features L.A. Gear shoes and is signed in red marker “Michael Jackson.” 11 by 10 3/4 inches $200–300

749 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED STANDEE 748 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BINDER
A Michael Jackson L.A. Gear three-ring binder signed in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” The vintage binder was produced in connection with Jackson’s L.A. Gear ad campaign. 11 1/2 by 10 1/2 by 1 3/4 inches $200–300 A lifesize cardboard standee of Michael Jackson from his promotional ad campaign for L.A. Gear. The standee is signed in black marker, “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 79 by 28 inches $800–1,200

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750 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED L.A. GEAR BOOK COVER
A paper book cover featuring the L.A. Gear advertising campaign, signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 13 1/4 by 22 3/4 inches $100–150

751 MICHAEL JACKSON TWICE SIGNED L.A. GEAR SHOES
A pair of black L.A. Gear “Billie Jean” shoes from 1989 in the original box. The left shoe is signed in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” The box is also signed in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” The shoes are size 9 1/2. The athletic shoes are embellished with metal studs and buckles. They are lace-up with Velcro cross straps. “MJ L.A. Gear” branding is embroidered in silver thread on the tongues. The upper is leather, and the balance is of man made materials. 14 1/4 by 9 1/4 by 5 inches $300–500

752 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED L.A. GEAR T-SHIRT
A black L.A. Gear T-shirt signed by Michael Jackson. The shirt features an image of Jackson on the front and reads “M.J. Unstoppable L.A. Gear.” It is signed with silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” There is an L.A. Gear label. No size present. Accompanied by an L.A. Gear promotional card. $200–300

753 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE CUTOUT
A two-sheet advertisement for L.A. Gear titled “Unstoppable,” which features Michael Jackson wearing L.A. Gear shoes. The ad is signed in black felt pen “Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 12 by 9 3/4 inches $200–400

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754 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original pencil sketch on translucent paper of Michael Jackson wearing an ornate fringed jacket. The page is titled “L.A. Gear Press Appear,” indicating that this jacket was designed for one of Jackson’s appearances at a press conference to promote L.A. Gear. The page is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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756 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PORTRAIT JACKET
A black cotton jacket with knit waistband and gold patterned embroidery at cuffs, collar, and pockets. The back of the jacket features a stylized embroidered portrait of Michael Jackson and is additionally signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $800–1,200

757 MICHAEL JACKSON BELT BUCKLE
A sterling silver “MJ” belt buckle. The M and the J are linked by a hinge. Signed by the artist and copyrighted 1991. $800–1,200

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759 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED ROOM SERVICE MENU
A room service menu from Hotel Le Warwick in Paris, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson” with four selections marked. 11 3/4 by 8 1/4 inches $200–300

758 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BIG AL PLUSH TOY
A Michael Jackson signed plush doll of the Disney Country Bear character Big Al. Signed by Jackson on the stomach in black ink. Approximately 16 by 12 by 8 inches $300–500

760 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SWEATSHIRT
A Hard Rock Cafe Mexico black sweatshirt signed in gold marker “Bush Michael Jackson.” Size Large $500–700

761 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM PANTS
Black corduroy pants with red grosgrain ribbon striping down the outside of each leg. Interior Tompkins & Bush label. The lining of the pocket has handwritten notation reading “Smith.” Michael Bush explains that this was an assumed name used to mark some of Michael Jackson’s clothing when it was sent to the hotel dry cleaners to disguise the fact that the clothing belonged to Jackson. $1,500–2,000

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762 ELIZABETH TAYLOR COWBOY HAT
A purple cowboy hat with gold tone metal chain hat band and braided leather chin strap by American Hat Co. of Houston, Texas. Interior hat band is embossed “Liz” in gold. A card inside the hat reads in part, “Like Hell It’s Yours/ This Hat Belongs To/ Elizabeth Taylor.” $2,000–3,000

763 MICHAEL JACKSON “PASSION” JACKET
A varsity style jacket in white and lavender with gold piping detail and knit purple waist, cuffs, and collar. The back of the jacket is embroidered “Elizabeth Taylor’s Passion Fall ‘87 Tour.” This was given to Michael Jackson by Elizabeth Taylor as she embarked on a publicity tour to promote her new fragrance. $300–500

765 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED POPCORN MAGAZINE AWARD 764 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM SUIT
A pair of fuchsia silk pants with matching jacket lined in silk paisley fabric, each with interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. $2,000–3,000 A 1996 Popcorn International Pop Magazine award signed on the bottom of the base in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Popcorn is a German pop teen magazine. The award features a gold microphone on a three-tiered clear acrylic and faux stone base and reads “Best Male Singer Michael Jackson.” 13 by 4 1/2 by 6 inches $1,500–2,000

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767 MICHAEL JACKSON FRAGRANCE
A large display bottle of Bal a Versailles, one of Michael Jackson’s favorite scents. 12 1/4 by 7 1/2 by 2 1/4 inches $1,000–1,500

768 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM PANTS 766 MICHAEL JACKSON PURPLE SUIT
An iridescent purple silk jacket with black leather accents, lined in royal blue silk. Together with matching pants and a bright patterned silk shirt in blue, yellow, pink, green, purple, white, and black. Both the jacket and the shirt feature Tompkins and Bush labels. $4,000–6,000 A pair of gold, blue, green, and brown silk brocade pants custom created for Michael Jackson, with interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Tompkins and Bush made an entire suit from the fabric, including a long jacket with these matching pants. The visual impact of wearing both pieces together was too much for Jackson, who chose instead to wear the jacket paired with a pair of black pants as he attended the 1993 GRAMMY Awards with Brooke Shields. $1,000–1,500

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769 MICHAEL JACKSON ACADEMY AWARDS JACKET
A cream wool suit jacket completely covered in white vermicelli beading, with faux pearl covered lapel and armband in square black Swarovski crystals. Interior of the jacket contains Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Michael Jackson wore this jacket as he escorted Madonna to the 63rd Annual Academy Awards in 1991. Madonna performed the song “Sooner or Later” from the film Dick Tracy (Touchstone, 1990), which won the Oscar for Best Original Song that year. The jacket is discussed on pages 7-9 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. The jacket is additionally illustrated on page 9. $15,000–20,000

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770 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE
Issue 13 of the fan magazine titled Off The Wall, signed on the front cover in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 11 3/4 by 8 3/4 inches $200–300

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771 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM PANTS
A pair of gold leather pants lined in matching gold silk satin. The pants were created for Michael Jackson by Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush with attention to every detail, including the custom “MJ” button closure. Jackson was photographed by Herb Ritts for publicity purposes wearing these pants. This image was also used on the cover of a 2010 German magazine, which is included with this lot. $4,000–6,000

772 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM HARDWARE
A group of gold tone metal hardware created by Gucci for Michael Jackson to wear during a photoshoot. The pieces include three pairs of custom “MJ” shoe buckles together with an “MJ” belt buckle. As Michael Bush recalls, Gucci sent an assortment of loafers in a variety of colors for Jackson to wear during the shoot as well as these custom embellishments. Buckle, 2 1/4 by 3 inches $200–300

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773 MICHAEL JACKSON GOLD LAME SUIT
Custom gold lame jacket with single button front closure together with matching pants. Jacket is lined in black silk, and pants are lined in black satin. Jacket features interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. $7,000–9,000

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774 MICHAEL JACKSON GOLD SUIT
A jacket of stretch gold fabric with single button front closure together with matching dress pants. Both pieces feature interior Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush labels. $2,000–3,000

775 MICHAEL JACKSON PHOTOSHOOT PIECES
A pair of gold leather pants in the style of Levi’s, with tab and zipper front closure, gold spandex inset panel along inseam, and Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Together with a pair of leather ankle boots by Mosquitos, of Spain, covered in matching gold leather. The sole of the left shoe is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” These pieces were created for Jackson to wear during a photoshoot with Herb Ritts. The addition of the inset panel of spandex allowed Jackson to move more freely while performing. $5,000–7,000

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776 MICHAEL JACKSON HOLOGRAM JACKET AND PANTS
A jacket made from a holographic metallic fabric, featuring single button front closure and gold armband. Together with three pairs of pants made from the same fabric featuring slight design variations, including zipped ankles and belt loops. Two of the three pairs of pants are lined in black acetate. The jacket features Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Bush recalls Michael Jackson handing him a pack of gum with similar holographic paper and saying, “Make me a suit out of this.” $7,000–9,000

777 MICHAEL JACKSON SILVER ENSEMBLE
A custom silver jacket and matching pants with inset panel of silver spandex at inseam. Both pieces are lined in black satin, and each features interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. These pieces were created for use during a Herb Ritts photoshoot. $4,000–6,000

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778 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED FEDORA
A white felt fedora by International Costume Co. with “Michael Jackson” embossed in bold on interior hat band. Signed on top of brim in red marker “All My Love Michael Jackson.” $1,500–2,000

779 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TOP HAT
A white satin collapsing top hat signed on the top “Love Michael Jackson.” $700–900

780 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM JACKET
A white linen jacket with double front button closure, lined in white silk. The jacket features an olive armband with custom embroidered star design and interior Tompkins & Bush label. $3,000–5,000

781 MICHAEL JACKSON PANTS
A pair of white corduroy, button panel front jodhpur style pants with tapered button calves, leather knee patches, and elastic stirrups. Interior Western Costume Co. label with typed “Michael Jackson.” $1,000–1,500
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782 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM SHIRT
A burgundy silk crepe shirt, heavily embellished with black and gold ribbon striping down arms, lion crest buttons, military ribbon bar pin, and Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff star on left chest pocket with silver eagle badges at epaulets and fluorescent yellow armband. Interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. $2,000–3,000

783 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM SHIRT
A fluorescent yellow satin shirt, embellished with blue striping down arms, lion crest buttons, and fluorescent orange armband. Interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Stitching incomplete and straight pins still present on armband of shirt. $2,000–3,000

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A pair of black corduroy jodhpur style pants with added black buttons, ultrasuede knee patches, and button front flap. The interior contains a Western Costume label with “Michael Jackson” typed onto the label. The left leg is signed in silver marker “All My Love Michael Jackson.” $1,000–1,500

785 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BOOTS
A pair of knee-high black leather boots with side zip closure. The boots feature large metal buckles and decorative metal shin guards. The boots were created for Michael Jackson’s use on stage, but he did not end up using them. The left boot is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 19 by 11 1/2 inches $600–800
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786 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original pencil sketch on translucent paper of a custom shirt with notation indicating it is made of burgundy satin, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 14 by 8 1/2 inches $1,000–1,500

787 MICHAEL JACKSON COSTUME SKETCH
An original pencil sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing a military style jacket with loafers, unsigned. 17 by 14 inches $400–600

788 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink sketch on translucent paper of Michael Jackson wearing a beaded jacket, signed by designer Dennis Tompkins. The sketch is signed in approval in black marker “Yes Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500
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789 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED IMAGE OF TOMPKINS AND BUSH
A black and white image of Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush in their design studio, signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 10 by 8 inches $200–300

791 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MANNEQUIN 790 MICHAEL JACKSON: JUKI ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE
A Juki zig zag sewing machine used by Michael Bush to make garments for Michael Jackson. The last jacket Bush made for Jackson was made on this machine. Bush also used this machine to make the dragon jacket Jackson wore to the 2000 World Music Awards in Monaco. 55 by 48 1/2 by 20 inches $600–800 A male dress form Modern Model, model 1391, size 36 YM on black cast iron stand with wheels, signed in black marker “To Bush and Dennis All My Love Michael Jackson.” The mannequin is featured opposite the introduction page of The King of Style by Michael Bush. On page 1 of the book, Bush calls it “The Michael mannequin on which for close to twenty-five years Dennis and I fitted the hundreds of pieces we conceptualized, designed, created and made before dressing Michael Jackson.” 63 by 16 by 14 inches $2,000–3,000

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792 MICHAEL JACKSON: HEAT PRESS
An Insta heat press machine used by Michael Bush to embellish Michael Jackson’s garments with hot fix rhinestones. 13 1/2 by 29 by 18 1/2 inches $400–600

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793 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH WITH SWATCH
An original pencil and ink sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing a colorful beaded jacket, signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins “4/91.” A swatch of fabric with sample beaded pattern is pinned to the page, which is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches

794 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original marker and ink sketch on paper showing Michael Jackson wearing a black quilted leather jacket with a second loose line drawing in the lower right of a variation of the same design. The page is signed by designer Dennis Tompkins and dated “5/91,” and it is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches

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795 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HAT FORM
A carved wood hat form for the brim of a fedora, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The second carved wood piece is in the form of the crown of a fedora and has handwritten note reading “M.J.J. Smooth” in the hand of Michael Bush, indicating that this form was used to form Jackson’s signature “Smooth Criminal” costume hats. 10 1/2 by 5 by 4 1/2 inches and 7 3/4 by 6 1/2 by 4 1/2 inches $1,000–1,500

796 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED FEDORA
A white felt fedora by International Costume Co. with “Michael Jackson” embossed in bold on interior hat band. Signed on top of brim in black marker “All My Love Michael Jackson.” $1,500–2,000

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797 MICHAEL JACKSON: STUD MACHINE
A cast iron stud machine with an added wood work surface used by Michael Bush to embellish Michael Jackson’s wardrobe, particularly during the Bad era. Also used to place nail heads and rim set rhinestones. 44 by 34 by 28 inches $300–500

798 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink, marker, and pencil sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing a crystal jacket with black pants and red bandanas, signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins “2/90.” Signed in black marker “To Dennis Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

799 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original marker, pencil, and ink sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing a colorful jacket signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins “7/1990.” The page is signed in black marker “To Dennis Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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800 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink, pencil, and marker sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing red pants and a rainbow jacket. The sketch is signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins “7/1990” with additional notation reading “fiber optic.” Signed in black marker “To Dennis and Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

801 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original marker and pencil sketch on paper of a bare chested Michael Jackson wearing a pair of blue pants with matching boots, signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins “5/91.” The sketch is signed in pencil “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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802 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MEASUREMENT CHART
A measurement chart with Michael Jackson’s information written in blue ballpoint pen. The chart is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 14 by 8 1/2 inches $250–350

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804 MICHAEL JACKSON: TAIKO SEWING MACHINE
A Taiko five-thread blanket stitch machine on a work table used by Michael Bush to create garments for Michael Jackson. DIMENSIONS $600–800

803 MICHAEL JACKSON: BLIND STITCH SEWING MACHINE
A vintage Morris Liss Model 88-PB blind stitch sewing machine used to hem all of Michael Jackson’s pants. 46 by 48 by 21 inches $800–1,200

805 MICHAEL JACKSON: JUKI SEWING MACHINE
A Juki straight stitch machine used by Tompkins and Bush to make garments for Michael Jackson. According to Michael Bush, this was the most important machine in their studio and was used to make everything for Jackson, including pants, jackets, and many other pieces. 56 by 48 by 20 1/4 inches $700–900

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806 MICHAEL JACKSON POLICE BADGE
A gold tone metal police captain badge from the state of California attached to a silver tone metal plate. This is the style of plate that would overlap with other plates to create a custom bandolier or belt. $300–500

807 MICHAEL JACKSON COSTUME PARTS
A group of 19 hooks and 18 loops of gold metal. These were used as the closure hooks for the greaves and other arm guards worn by Michael Jackson during the opening of his 1996-1997 HIStory World Tour. $200–300

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808 MICHAEL JACKSON OFFICER BADGES
A group of nine badges of varying design and origin for “Special Officer,” “Security,” “Police Captain,” and “Security Officer.” This is a representational group of the many badges incorporated into Michael Jackson’s clothing throughout the years. $2,000–3,000

809 MICHAEL JACKSON EAGLE BADGES
A pair of metal heraldic eagles, one in gold and the other in silver tone metal. This type of eagle was used by Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush to adorn the shoulders of some of Michael Jackson’s jackets. $800–1,200

810 MICHAEL JACKSON MICROPHONE PACK
A black elastic waistband with Velcro closure, with an attached black cotton microphone pouch with Velcro strap closure. Used by Michael Jackson during live performances. $200–300

811 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY BADGES
A group of three costume badges including two silver tone metal epaulet pieces and a badge featuring the red star used throughout the filming of the teaser film created to promote Michael Jackson’s HIStory album. $300–500

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812 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM LEATHER JACKET
A black leather jacket with front zip closure, completely covered in vermicelli bugle beading with colorful red, yellow, orange, and blue beaded flame embellishment. No interior labels, unlined. The jacket can be seen in the background of the Tompkins and Bush studio on page 171 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $7,000–9,000

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813 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink, marker, and pencil on paper sketch of Michael Jackson wearing a beaded “flame” jacket signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins “4/91,” additionally signed in black marker “All Stones Please Love Michael Jackson.” Together with a smaller piece of paper showing closer detail of the flame pattern of the coat, initialed and dated “DT & MB 4/20/1990.” Larger, 17 by 14 inches; smaller, 10 1/4 by 9 1/4 inches $1,000–1,500

814 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED IMAGE OF TOMPKINS AND BUSH
A black and white image of Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush in their design studio, signed in black marker “To Bush Great Love Michael Jackson.” 8 by 10 inches $200–300
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815 MICHAEL JACKSON: ROAD CASE
A black road case on wheels by A&S Flight and Road Case Co. The case is marked as “W10” for wardrobe case 10. The case is covered in various stickers and tags from hotels and was used by Michael Bush to transport Michael Jackson’s wardrobe on tour. The interior of the case features two removable shelves. The interior of the left door is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 71 1/2 by 36 by 27 1/2 inches $800–1,200

816 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED GARMENT STEAMER
A Jiffy J-2 model garment steamer used by Michael Bush on Michael Jackson’s clothes while on tours. The water bottle is signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 63 by 14 by 8 inches $300–500

817 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED IRONING BOARD
A traveling ironing board used by Michael Bush on tour to press Michael Jackson’s garments. The wood board with canvas cover is signed on the bottom of the base in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” This “buck” board can be seen in a photo of Bush’s hotel room during the Bad Tour on page 55 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. 8 1/2 by 30 by 9 inches $400–600

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818 MICHAEL JACKSON TOUR CASES
A group of six black road cases used by Michael Bush to hold all of the wardrobe supplies he needed to maintain and repair Michael Jackson’s costumes while on tour. Bush worked as Jackson’s official dresser on the Bad, Dangerous, and HIStory Tours. Bush was slated to work with Jackson once again for Jackson’s This Is It Tour. 13 1/2 by 24 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches $600–800

819 MICHAEL JACKSON: ROAD CASE
A black road case on wheels by A&S Flight and Road Case Co. The case is marked as “W11” for wardrobe case 11. The case is covered in various stickers and tags from hotels and was used by Michael Bush to transport Michael Jackson’s wardrobe on tour. The interior of the case features four drawers and four shelves. The interior of the left door is signed in silver marker “To Bush You Are Love Michael Jackson.” 71 1/2 by 36 by 27 1/2 inches $800–1,200

820 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED STAIN REMOVER CANISTER
An empty canister of stain remover in original box signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 10 1/2 by 7 by 4 3/4 inches $100–150

821 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SLEEVE BOARD
A sleeve ironing board signed in red marker “To Bush Michael Jackson.” The board is made of metal and wood with muslin covering. 23 1/4 by 6 1/2 by 4 1/2 inches $300–500

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822 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED CRYSTAL GLOVE IN PROGRESS
A piece of white stretch fabric with handsewn Swarovski crystal loch rosen, in the process of becoming one of Michael Jackson’s gloves. The work-in-progress glove offers a unique look into the process of creating one of Jackson’s iconic gloves. The hand beading takes more than 72 hours to complete. The components are then cut and hand sewn. The fabric is signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” This process is described in detail on pages 32 and 33 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. 27 by 20 1/4 inches $6,000–8,000

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823 MICHAEL JACKSON CRYSTAL GLOVE
A white cotton right-hand glove with snap closure at wrist and interior label reading “Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush.” The glove is completely covered in handsewn Swarovski loch rosen crystals of various sizes. The glove was created for Michael Jackson by his longtime costumers. The making of these gloves is explained in great detail in The King of Style by Michael Bush. $30,000–50,000

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824 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED AND WORN LOAFERS
A pair of black leather Florsheim loafers with metal link and buckle. The soles of the shoes are signed by Michael Jackson, the left reading “Love” and the right reading “Michael Jackson.” $5,000–7,000

825 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED DESIGN SKETCH
An original pencil sketch on paper featuring multiple variations and concepts for shoe designs dated “4/23/91.” The page is signed in black marker “Yes Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $400–600

826 MICHAEL JACKSON: ARCH FITTER
A cast iron shoe arch fitter by Scholl’s used to break in Michael Jackson’s shoes. Michael Bush also used this machine when adding custom leather covers. 40 by 18 by 8 1/4 inches $400–600

827 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED DESIGN SKETCH
An original pencil sketch on a sheet of folded paper featuring two boots of varying design, signed in black marker “Bush Gold!! Michael Jackson.” 8 1/2 by 13 3/4 inches, folded $400–600

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828 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
A color image of Michael Jackson’s dancing feet, signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 8 by 10 inches $600–800

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829 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED FLORSHEIM CATALOG
A 1982 Florsheim shoe catalog signed on page 24 “Yes” with an arrow pointing to a pair of tasseled loafers. Additionally signed on page 25 in black marker “Michael Jackson 1990 xxo.” 11 1/2 by 9 by 1/4 inch $700–900

830 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED FLORSHEIM CATALOG
A 1981 Florsheim shoe catalog signed on page 16 in black marker “Bush These Michael Jackson” with additional circle drawn around a pair of shoes. 11 3/4 by 9 inches $700–900

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831 MICHAEL JACKSON SHIRT
Red cotton blend, button front, long-sleeve shirt with silver ball chain accenting at cuffs, collar, and yolk. Featuring a black armband and Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. This shirt was originally created for Michael Jackson’s L.A. Gear ad campaign but was not worn during the shoot and instead became part of Jackson’s personal wardrobe. $2,000–3,000

832 MICHAEL JACKSON MILITARY JACKET
A black wool, short jacket with gold bullion leaf embellishment at cuffs, eagle and anchor buttons, gold bullion oak leaves on epaulets, and lined in quilted red silk. Interior labels read “James B. Tan & Co. Hong Kong & Japan” and “Specially Made for Mr. G. A. York.” This jacket was purchased by Michael Jackson at a vintage store. $1,000–1,500

833 MICHAEL JACKSON CORDUROY PANTS
A pair of black heavy corduroy pants with zip front and tab closure featuring an embroidered crown over crossed flags and feather plumes patch. Interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush label. $1,500–2,000

834 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM PANTS
A pair of black wool blend, tab front dress pants featuring a gold bullion embroidered patch with a crown over laurels and a grey and white grosgrain ribbon running along the outside seam of the pant legs. Interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush label. $1,500–2,000

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835 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED CUSTOM JACKET
A black leather jacket with knit cuffs, collar, and waistband, lined in quilted silver lame. The back of the jacket is embellished with embroidered and punched red stone design reading “Stop Filthy Tabloid Press.” The back of the jacket is additionally signed in silver marker “Bush 100’s more Love Michael Jackson.” $6,000–8,000

836 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SHIRT
A red corduroy, button front, long-sleeve shirt by J. Crew. The front of the shirt is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $1,000–1,500

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837 MICHAEL JACKSON PHOTOSHOOT ENSEMBLE
A heavy black leather jacket with extensive trapunto stitching on sleeves and chest with additional metal embellishments at waist, cuffs, chest, and shoulders. Together with matching leather pants. Each garment contains a label from Thierry Mugler Paris and was created by Mugler for Michael Jackson to wear during a photoshoot with Herb Ritts. $10,000–15,000

838 MICHAEL JACKSON PHOTOSHOOT JACKET
A black cowhide leather jacket with inset “MJ” in silver leather on front and back of jacket. Shoulders feature chrome motor detailing. The jacket was designed by Thierry Mugler for Michael Jackson to wear for a Herb Ritts photoshoot. The left arm of the jacket is signed in silver marker “Thanks Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $8,000–12,000

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839 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SONY COMMERCIAL PANTS
A pair of Levi’s black denim trousers with inset spandex panel running down the interior leg seams. The pants are signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson” and feature black leather trapunto stitched panels with snap into place on the front and back. Jackson wore these pants as he performed a portion of his hit song “Black or White” during a commercial for Sony’s Kirara Basso television in 1991. The commercial only aired in Japan. $4,000–6,000

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840 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original marker, pencil, and ink sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing a black leather stage ensemble, signed by designer Dennis Tompkins and additionally signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

841 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original marker, ink, and colored pencil sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing an allleather ensemble with belt and armband reading in part, “Save Rainforest Recycle.” The page is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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842 MICHAEL JACKSON FENCING JACKET
A heavy white cotton canvas fencing jacket and pants by Santelli. The jacket features pinned measurements and extensive black markings and notations, in the hand of both Dennis Tompkins and Michael Jackson, made while Jackson was trying this costume on for size. This fencing costume was purchased at the West Los Angeles Fencing School and used as the inspiration for the black fencing costume worn by Jackson during a photoshoot with photographer Herb Ritts. Ritts photographed Jackson on many occasions and directed the 1992 video for Jackson’s “In the Closet” single taken from the 1991 Dangerous album. This piece is featured on page 138 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $4,000–6,000

843 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED FENCING PROTOTYPE
A heavy black cotton canvas fencing jacket with interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. The jacket features figural silver tone metal button closure and is signed on the left arm “Thanks Dennis Love Michael Jackson.” This prototype was created by Tompkins and Bush to confirm the fit before they created the final version in leather for Jackson to wear during a photoshoot with photographer Herb Ritts. Ritts photographed Jackson and directed the 1992 video for his “In the Closet” single taken from the 1991 Dangerous album. $2,000–3,000

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844 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE
Issue 19 of the fan magazine titled Off The Wall featuring a centerfold photo of Michael Jackson performing, signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 11 3/4 by 8 3/4 inches $400–600

845 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original marker sketch on translucent paper of Michael Jackson as a satyr. A notation in the margin of the paper reads “Ritts Photoshoot!!” The sketch is signed in black marker “To Dennis and Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

846 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE PAGE
A page from the February 8, 1990, issue of Rolling Stone magazine signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The page reads “Michael Jackson The Artist of our Time” and lists Jackson’s achievements. 12 by 9 1/2 inches $200–300

847 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED CALENDAR
An official 1990 spiral bound Michael Jackson calendar featuring images of Jackson throughout. The calendar is signed in black marker on the front cover “Michael Jackson.” 16 1/2 by 12 inches $400–600

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848 MICHAEL JACKSON DOUBLE SIGNED DANGEROUS JACKET
A black and red leather and suede jacket with embroidered Dangerous Tour logos, signed on the back in silver marker “Michael Jackson” and “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $700–900

849 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COLLECTORS CD
A collectors edition first printing of Dangerous signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson” with an arrow signaling to open. The cover lifts to reveal pop-up artwork and the compact disc. 10 1/4 by 10 1/4 by 1/2 inches $500–700

850 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MUG
A Dangerous Tour souvenir mug signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Additional notation in Jackson’s hand on bottom of mug reads “Mex 93 (BootLeg) get more.” 3 1/2 by 5 by 3 1/2 inches $100–150

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851 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED DISPLAY
A cardboard in-store promotional display for Michael Jackson’s Dangerous album, signed in black marker “All My Love Michael Jackson.” 29 1/2 by 30 inches $1,000–1,200

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852 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED AND WORN HAT
A Naval officer’s hat by Bancroft Military Caps, signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson” on the top of the hat. Jackson wore this hat one night during his 1987-1989 Bad World Tour. The hat was usually worn by principal dancer LaVelle Smith, who can be seen wearing it during the 1993 Super Bowl halftime show. $4,000–6,000

853 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS SUNGLASSES
A pair of silver metal aviator style sunglasses with mirrored lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during his 1992-1993 Dangerous Tour. $2,000–3,000

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854 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS BELT
A belt constructed of 18k gold plated overlapping plates that spell out “Dangerous.” The gold plated belt buckle features a carved resin cartouche with cherubs flanking a carved representation of Earth. The interior of the belt is signed in blue marker “Love Michael Jackson.” This belt was created for the Dangerous Tour, but it did not work with his stage outfits and was therefore not used. $8,000–12,000

855 MICHAEL JACKSON BELT BUCKLE
A custom created molded and painted resin cartouche centering on an image of the Earth. Two holes on either side of the globe show where cherubs were originally attached to the buckle. As detailed on pages 195-197 in The King of Style by Michael Bush, the cherubs were removed from this belt and were incorporated into the belt created for the ensemble in which Jackson is buried. 6 by 9 inches $400–600

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856 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH

An original marker and pencil on paper sketch of Michael Jackson wearing a custom leather jacket. The sketch is signed and dated by designer Dennis Tompkins “4/91.” Jackson has signed the drawing in black marker “To Dennis & Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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857 MICHAEL JACKSON INITIALED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink and marker sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing what is titled in pencil “V-8 Jacket,” dated “6/90” and initialed in black marker “Love M.J.” 17 by 14 inches $700–900

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858 MICHAEL JACKSON “V-8” JACKET
A black leather, zip front jacket with silver piping detail and large silver tone metal badges down the front of the jacket. Each badge features an interlinking "V" and "8" and was known as the "V-8" jacket. Interior of the jacket features Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Michael Jackson wore this jacket during a photoshoot with photographer Jonathan Exley which produced the image used on the back cover of his Dangerous World Tour souvenir program. A copy of the program is included with this lot. $20,000–30,000

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859 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HUGO BOSS JACKET
A blue cotton jacket with knit collar, cuffs, and waist by Hugo Boss. A patch has been added to left chest reading “Barry BCC & Marcel MC present Michael Jackson.” The left sleeve is signed in gold marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $700–900

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A black, grey, and blue windbreaker jacket by Nike from the Dangerous World Tour. Embroidery at left chest reads “Michael Jackson Dangerous Tour Staff” and is signed in red marker “To Bush Michael Jackson.” $400–600

861 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T-SHIRTS
Three unlicensed T-shirts in green, grey, and blue, each featuring the likeness of Michael Jackson. Each of the shirts is signed in varying ink colors “Love Michael Jackson” or “Michael Jackson 1998.” $500–700

862 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PEPSI TOWEL
A promotional Pepsi beach towel in original packaging signed on the plastic packaging in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Accompanied by 11 “Dangerous” Pepsi cups that Michael Bush recalls were from Jackson’s dressing room. 16 1/2 by 14 by 2 inches $200–300
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863 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED WATER BOTTLE
A black Dangerous Tour souvenir water bottle signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $80–120

864 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED RAINCOAT
A lightweight promotional raincoat signed on the back in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The hooded raincoat reads “PEPSI” on the front and “Dangerous World Tour Estadio Azteca Mexico ‘93” with the Dangerous album logo on the back. The jacket folds into the shape of a Pepsi can for easy transport. Accompanied by a plastic Pepsi bag. $200–300

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865 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS TOUR JACKET
A black wool blend jacket with faux front zipper and Velcro, quick-change, front closure. The jacket is heavily embellished with gold tone metal police shields at each shoulder, a metal armband on right arm, and metal embellishment at collar. Additionally adorned with molded plastic belt in the style of an ammunition belt and individually sewn, overlapping plates in the style of bandoliers. The right sleeve of the jacket is hemmed considerably shorter than the left to allow Michael Jackson’s signature laced armband to remain visible. The interior of the jacket features Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. The jacket was worn by Jackson on stage throughout his 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. The jacket was subsequently used as the basis for the monumental statue of Jackson that featured prominently in the teaser film created to promote his 1995 HIStory album. This statue was additionally used in the cover artwork for the album and HIStory Tour program. This is one of two identical jackets created for Jackson’s use throughout the Dangerous Tour. $60,000–80,000

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867 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY LASER DISC
A HIStory Video Greatest Hits (Epic Music Videos, 1995) laser disc signed on the cover in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 12 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches $700–900

866 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An ink, pastel, and marker sketch on paper of Michael Jackson wearing a black military style jacket, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 1/2 by 12 inches $1,000–1,500

868 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS SUNGLASSES
A pair of black metal sunglasses with mirrored lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during his 1992-1993 Dangerous Tour. $2,000–3,000

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869 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS TOUR PERFORMER ROBE
A Dangerous Tour black terrycloth, hooded robe with self tie belt. The back of the robe has an appliqued Dangerous Tour logo that reads “Michael Jackson World Tour.” These robes were not sold to the general public and were made for and given to the Dangerous Tour performers and dancers to wear when they came off stage to allow them to slowly cool down. $700–900

870 COLOR SELECTION SHIRTS
A group of five long-sleeve spandex shirts of the same design, each featuring a front zip closure. Each shirt represents a different color option: red, silver, neon green, orange, and pink. The shirts were used to test the appearance of each of the color options on stage under the Dangerous Tour concert lighting. Gold was selected for the Dangerous Tour. Each shirt features a Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush label. The shirts are illustrated on page 136 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $2,500–3,500

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871 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink and marker on paper drawing of Michael Jackson wearing a black and gold jacket dated and initialed by the designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush, “DT & MB 6/90,” additionally signed in black marker “To Dennis and Bush Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

872 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original pencil sketch on translucent paper of Michael Jackson wearing a leather jacket, signed and dated by Dennis Tompkins “11/11/90,” additionally signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

873 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE
A copy of the June 1993 issue of Disney Adventures, the magazine for kids featuring Michael Jackson and Pinocchio on the cover. The magazine is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 7 1/2 by 5 1/4 inches $200–300
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A copy of issue 16 of the fan magazine Bravo featuring an image of Michael Jackson on the front cover. The cover is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 11 by 8 1/4 inches $200–300

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875 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS BANDOLIER
A silver leather bandolier style belt covered in overlapping metal plates that goes with the silver hologram style jacket, worn by Michael Jackson during the opening of many of his Dangerous Tour shows. An image of Jackson wearing the jacket during a concert was featured in a special collector’s edition Michael Jackson magazine which is included with this lot. $2,000–3,000

876 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS SUNGLASSES
A pair of silver metal aviator style sunglasses with mirrored lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during his 1992-1994 Dangerous Tour. $2,000–3,000

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877 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS TOUR COSTUME
A gold and black spandex leotard with front zip closure and D-ring buckle at back. The front zip closure does not run the entire length of the garment, allowing the front to lay open and move, which Michael Jackson felt created movement as he danced. Together with a pair of black pants with decorative snap sockets at hip area and a Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush label. Jackson wore this ensemble during his 19921993 Dangerous World Tour. The design of this signature look from the Dangerous Tour was inspired by European fencing uniforms. $25,000–35,000

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878 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original pastel and ink sketch on grey paper showing a stage costume incorporating a Chinese dragon. There is a small artist’s signature in the tail of the dragon reading “L. Ford.” The page is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” This is one of the costumes created for Jennifer Batten, Jackson’s longtime touring guitarist, for the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. The design, inspired by a Chinese dragon, was created using fiber optic lighting that Batten wore while performing. 18 by 12 inches $700–900

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879 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil and gouache on board costume design of a single figure with one bent arm wearing a blue turban. The sketch is titled “Will You Be There” and signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” This style of costume was worn by performers during “Will You Be There” on the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. 20 by 15 inches $500–700

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880 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil and gouache on board costume design sketch of a single figure with arms extended wearing a blue turban. These costumes were worn by performers during the song “Will You Be There” from the 19921993 Dangerous World Tour. Signed and dated by the artist, “De Armond 92,” titled “Will You Be There,” and signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $500–700

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An original pencil, ink, and gouache on board costume design of Jennifer Batten in a proposed costume for the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. The design is signed and dated “De Armond 92” and signed in black marker “To Dennis Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $500–700

882 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil and gouache on board costume design for the 19921993 Dangerous World Tour. The sketch is titled “Will You Be There” and features the design of the costume worn by the angel which descended upon the stage during Michael Jackson’s performance of that song. The design is signed in black marker “To Dennis and Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $500–700
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883 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS TOUR “THRILLER” JACKET
A DayGlo painted leather jacket created by Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush for Michael Jackson to wear as he performed “Thriller” under black lights during the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. $40,000–60,000

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885 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COOKBOOK
A copy of the family cookbook illustrated by Chuck Jones and titled Pigtails and Frog Legs. The hardback book was published by Neiman Marcus InCircle in 1993. There is a foreword entitled “Nourish The Child” by Michael Jackson for Heal the World Foundation. The free end paper is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 10 1/4 by 7 1/4 by 1 inches $400–600

884 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “HEAL THE WORLD” ROBE
An olive green kimono robe with self tie belt, silver satin stripe on the shoulders, and matching adjustable cords, signed by Michael Jackson. There is a large embroidered Heal the World Foundation logo on the back. The back is signed in silver marker “All My Love Michael Jackson.” Jackson started Heal the World Foundation in 1992 to benefit children around the world. This is an original sample that was submitted to Jackson for approval. The robes were worn by the children who joined Jackson on stage during his performance of “Heal the World” while on the Dangerous World Tour. $400–600

886 MICHAEL JACKSON HEAL THE WORLD PATCHES
A group of nine embroidered Heal the World Foundation patches. Heal the World is a charity organization set up by Michael Jackson in 1992. The patches feature an image of a dove with a leaf over a sphere. 10 inches diameter

887 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SAMPLE
A black satin swatch featuring a large embroidered logo for Heal The World Foundation, signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 13 by 15 1/2 inches $800–1,200

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888 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HEAL THE WORLD ROBE
A blue kimono robe with self tie belt, silver satin stripe on the shoulders, and matching adjustable cords, signed by Michael Jackson. There is a large embroidered Heal the World Foundation logo on the back. The back is signed in black marker “Yes Michael Jackson.” Jackson started Heal the World Foundation in 1992 to benefit children around the world. This is an original sample that was submitted to Jackson for approval. The robes were worn by the children who joined Jackson on stage during his performance of “Heal the World” while on the Dangerous World Tour. No size $400–600

889 HEAL THE WORLD KIMONO ROBES
Two kimono robes with self tie belts, silver satin stripe on the shoulders and matching adjustable cords: one fluorescent pink and one fluorescent green. There is a large embroidered Heal the World Foundation logo on the back. Michael Jackson started Heal the World Foundation in 1992 to benefit children around the world. These are original samples that were submitted to Jackson for approval. They were worn by the children who joined Jackson on stage during his performance of “Heal the World” while on the Dangerous World Tour. No size present

890 HEAL THE WORLD KIMONO ROBES
Two kimono robes with self tie belts, silver satin stripes on the shoulders and matching adjustable cords: one pale pink and one cream. There is a large embroidered Heal the World Foundation logo on the back. Michael Jackson started Heal the World Foundation in 1992 to benefit children around the world. “P28” is written in black marker on the pink one, and “Y19” is written on the cream one. These are original samples that were submitted to Jackson for approval. They were worn by the children who joined Jackson on stage during his performance of “Heal the World” while on the Dangerous World Tour. No size present

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891 A PAIR OF DANGEROUS TOUR DANCER’S JACKETS
A pair of black wool military style jackets with “Police” buttons, red piping, and red felt armband. Front Velcro closure and interior labels reading in part, “Cotroneo Costume Mr. Jamie Size 34/29” and “Mr. Randy Size 38/31” for Jamie King and Randy Allaire, two of the principal dancers on the 19921993 Dangerous World Tour. $800–1,200

892 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil, ink, and gouache on board costume design for the background dancers to wear for the opening song, “Jam” during the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. Signed and dated by the artist, “De Armond 92,” and signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $500–700

893 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink and pastel sketch on paper illustrating three looks for the “Smooth Criminal” backup dancers. There is a small artist’s signature in the pant leg of one of the dancers reading “L. Ford.” The page is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 18 by 12 inches $500–700

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894 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil, ink, and gouache on board costume design featuring two of Michael Jackson’s dancers, “Dominic” and “Eddie,” in costumes proposed for the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. The design is signed and dated by the artist, “De Armond 92,” and signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $500–700

895 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil, ink, and gouache on board costume design featuring one of Michael Jackson’s dancers, “Jamie,” in a costume proposed for the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. The design is signed and dated by the artist, “De Armond 92,” and signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson xx 99-.” 20 by 15 inches $500–700

896 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil, ink, and gouache on board costume design featuring two of Michael Jackson’s dancers, “Randy” and “LaVelle,” in costumes proposed for the 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. The design is signed and dated by the artist, “De Armond 92,” and signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $500–700

897 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original pencil on paper group of sketches titled “Dancers Details For Opening Tour” featuring variations of male doublet designs. The sketch is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 14 by 17 inches $1,000–1,500

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898 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original ink and marker on paper drawing featuring a male and female dancer in Egyptian style costumes from Michael Jackson’s video of “Remember The Time,” signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 18 by 12 inches $700–900

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899 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil and gouache on board costume design of the female dancer costume for Michael Jackson’s video of “Remember The Time.” Signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $700–900

900 MICHAEL JACKSON: “REMEMBER THE TIME” COSTUMES
A group of costumes worn for the performance of Michael Jackson’s hit single “Remember the Time” at the 1993 Soul Train Awards. The group is comprised of a gold leather and metal male chest piece; five multicolored male headpieces; six pairs of unisex wide-leg pants of natural fibers; five male guard skirts woven with gold metallic threads; two leather female cuffs with red stones; two sheer iridescent pleated female bra tops; two sheer iridescent female pleated skirts with a silk and satin center panel; a gold female belt with large gold discs and two male face masks with cobras with red rhinestone eyes and silk head cover. Many pieces have a Western Costume label. Some of the pieces in this lot also may have been used in the music video. $1,000–1,500
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901 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN
An original pencil and gouache on board costume design of the male dancer costume for Michael Jackson’s video of “Remember The Time.” Signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 15 inches $700–900

902 MICHAEL JACKSON: “REMEMBER THE TIME” VIDEO WORN COSTUMES

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A group of costumes worn in the video created for Michael Jackson’s hit single “Remember the Time.” The group is comprised of seven headpieces in varying fabrics; five male dancers’ suspenders with long skirts; two male dancers’ suspenders with short skirt; five dancers’ ornate bra tops; nine pairs of unisex dancers’ pants made of natural fibers; and two short three-tiered male skirts woven with gold metallic threads worn by the guards. Most pieces have a Western Costume label. Accompanied by a copy of the video. $1,000–1,500

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903 EDDIE MURPHY SASH AND “REMEMBER THE TIME” COSTUMES

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A group of costumes worn in the video for Michael Jackson’s hit single “Remember the Time.” The group is comprised of a gold brocade sash worn by Eddie Murphy with a Western Costume label that reads “Eddie Murphy”; one short three-tiered male guard skirt with woven metallic gold threads; 10 pairs of dancers’ unisex pants of a natural fiber; four dancers’ ornate gold bra tops; six pairs of dancers’ male suspenders with long skirt; and seven headpieces in varying fabrics. Most pieces have a Western Costume label. Accompanied by a copy of the video. $1,500–2,500

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904 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS TOUR “BEAT IT” JACKET
A red fish skin, zipper front jacket further embellished with additional black zippers and silver lame shoulder panels completely covered in Swarovski loch rosen crystals. Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush created this jacket for Michael Jackson to wear as he performed “Beat It” during his 1992-1993 Dangerous World Tour. This jacket is discussed in The King of Style by Michael Bush, and an image of the jacket is featured on page 97. $50,000–75,000

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906 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JACKET
A black silk jacket embroidered “My Dinner With Michael” in black at left chest with additional embroidered MTV logo on back. Back of jacket is signed in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” “My Dinner With Michael” was a global sweepstakes organized by MTV in which fans from around the world entered to win a chance to have dinner with Michael Jackson on the set of his “In The Closet” video shoot. $500–700

905 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED DANGEROUS TOUR ITEMS
A black wool varsity style jacket from the Dangerous World Tour with back additionally embroidered “Mexico 93 Estadio Azteca,” signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Together with a black duffel bag with tour logos additionally signed in silver marker “To Bush Michael Jackson.” $700–900

907 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED DUFFLE BAG
A black duffle bag with an embroidered Dangerous album logo, signed on the top inner flap in silver marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $300–500

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909 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED LIMO PASS
A cardboard limo pass for the American Music Awards, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The pass, placed on the car dashboard, allowed Jackson’s limousine to pull up to the red carpet. 4 by 10 inches $80–120

908 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink and pencil sketch on paper of a stage costume concept prepared for Michael Jackson’s appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards. Notations on the sketch read in part, “White leather jacket Right sleeve - Velcro to break-a-way.” Signed in black marker “To Dennis and Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

911 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM PANTS 910 MICHAEL JACKSON MICROPHONE PACK
A black leather waistband with Velcro closure, with an attached black leather microphone pouch with Velcro strap closure. Interior notation in silver marker reads “MTV Santa Monica.” $100–150 A pair of black satin, tab front pants with red and gold ribbon accenting on outside seams. A central buckle features a lion and unicorn flanking a crest. Interior marking reads “Bush.” Michael Bush explains that he often wrote names like “Smith” or his own name “Bush” inside the lining of Michael Jackson’s pants to try to avoid the hotel dry cleaning service from knowing who they belonged to. Articles of clothing had a high likelihood of disappearing when their owner’s identity was known. $1,500–2,000

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913 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SUPER BOWL SEAT CUSHION
A Super Bowl XXVII seat pillow signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The mint green pillow with burgundy trim has a Super Bowl XXVII logo and reads “Sunday, January 31, 1993 Rose Bowl Pasadena, California.” The pillow has a pouch full of Super Bowl souvenirs. 13 1/2 by 13 3/4 by 3 inches

912 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink on translucent paper sketch of Michael Jackson in a stage costume from the Dangerous era with extensive notations regarding the materials and colors to be used on various details of the costume, including “Use For Superbowl Half Time.” The sketch is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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914 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED L.A. GEAR SOCKS
A pair of black L.A. Gear socks signed on the original packaging in red marker “Michael Jackson.” The socks are silkscreened “MJ” with moonwalking feet and branded “L.A. Gear.” 12 by 5 1/2 by 1/2 inches $200–300

915 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED POSTER
A poster of the Peter Max painting created to commemorate Super Bowl XXVII in Pasadena, California, in January 1993. The poster is signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 34 by 25 1/4 inches $500–700

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916 MICHAEL JACKSON SUPER BOWL BELT
A gold leather belt with Velcro closure and four sections of ammunition. The belt is inscribed in black marker on the interior “Jackson 1/2 Time” and “Tompkins/Bush” and “Pasadena [sic.] 97.” The belt was created for and worn by Michael Jackson as he performed live during the halftime show at Super Bowl XXVII in Pasadena, California, in 1993. During the Dangerous Tour, Jackson performed with a molded plastic version of this belt that did not contain ammunition. $4,000–6,000

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917 MICHAEL JACKSON DOUBLE SIGNED JACKET
A leather and black denim jacket by Jeff Hamilton, created for Super Bowl XXVII. The jacket is signed in black marker on the large back embroidered Super Bowl applique in black marker “Love Michael Jackson” and additionally in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $1,500–2,000

918 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SUPER BOWL COOLER BAG
A small cooler bag from Super Bowl XXVII signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The bag is from the 1993 Super Bowl held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, where Jackson performed the halftime show. Accompanied by a “Certificate of Appreciation” for outstanding contribution to the success of Super Bowl XXVII with a Jackson facsimile signature. $100–150

919 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T-SHIRT
A Heal the World Foundation/Super Bowl XXVII T-shirt signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The T-shirt reads “Heal the World Foundation” with the organization’s logo on the front. The back reads “Starter” and has the logo for Super Bowl XXVII. Size Large $300–500

920 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SUPER BOWL SWEATER
A green knit sweater from Super Bowl XXVII, held January 31, 1993, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, where Michael Jackson performed the halftime show. The sweater is signed in black marker at the left chest “Love Michael Jackson.” $400–600

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921 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SUPER BOWL JACKET
A promotional snap-front windbreaker jacket from Super Bowl XXVII, held January 31, 1993, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, where Michael Jackson performed the halftime show. The left sleeve is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $400–600

923 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SUPER BOWL BANNER 922 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SUPER BOWL VENDOR APRON
A Super Bowl vendor apron signed in silver marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The apron has a Super Bowl XXVII logo and reads “PROGRAMS” in large lettering. There are six badges advertising official game programs for $10. Super Bowl XXVII took place January 31, 1993, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Jackson performed the halftime show. $400–600 A large Super Bowl XXVII banner signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The banner reads “Coca-Cola presents Super Bowl XXVII Rose Bowl January 31, 1993.” 96 by 34 inches $300–500

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924 MICHAEL JACKSON “SMILE” COSTUMES
A three-piece costume including a cotton button front shirt, black wool tuxedo jacket with tails, and a pair of wool, twill weave trousers with white stretch suspenders and a pair of distressed leather boots. The clothing is all intentionally oversized and distressed to help create Michael Jackson’s homage to Charlie Chaplin’s most famous character, the tramp. Jackson wore this costume during the 1994 shoot for the cover of his single “Smile.” Jackson approached photographer Steve Whitsitt about what he wanted for the cover, explaining he wished to portray Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan from Chaplin’s film The Kid. The boots were created for the shoot but do not appear in the final images used for the cover of the single. The costume is sold together with a group of costume items worn by “the kid” to Jackson’s Chaplin character. Pieces include two nearly identical sweaters, a pair of brown wool trousers with suspenders, white cotton socks, a page boy cap, and a pair of leather boots. Michael Bush recalls that Jackson handed both him and photographer Steve Whitsitt an image of Chaplin from the film and told them he wanted to create that same image. $15,000–20,000

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925 MICHAEL JACKSON DOUBLE SIGNED TOUR JACKET
A nylon black jacket with red suede sleeves and front zip closure featuring multiple patches and embroidery advertising the Mama Concerts & Rau tour companies. The jacket is signed in silver marker on the left chest “Michael Jackson” and on the left sleeve “Love Michael Jackson.” $700–900

926 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BACKPACK
A black canvas backpack with top drawstring closure embroidered with Michael Jackson History Tour logo and Mama Concerts & Rau. The bag is signed in gold marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $300–500

927 MICHAEL JACKSON TWICE SIGNED TOY DRUM KIT
A “Michael Jackson King of Pop” children’s drum set in the original box signed twice by Jackson. The toy was made in 1995 by Triumph International in Spain. The set is comprised of a bass drum, two bongos, a cymbal, foot pedal, sticks, and a children’s stool. The box is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson,” and the bass drum is signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson 1990 XX” with an arrow implying to open the bass drum and reveal the other pieces. 14 by 13 by 9 inches $800–1,200

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929 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TOUR GUIDE
A guide for Michael Jackson’s November 5, 1996, show at the Muang Thong Thani Civic Center during the 1996-1997 HIStory World Tour. The first page is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 7 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches $300–500

928 MICHAEL JACKSON DOUBLE SIGNED HISTORY RECORD SET
A three-record HIStory set double signed on the booklet in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The record box is signed in black marker “To Bush Michael Jackson.” 13 by 12 3/4 by 1/2 inches $700–900

930 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY TOUR JACKET
A black leather and suede jacket with Mama Concerts & Rau logo with additional Michael Jackson HIStory Tour logo embroidery at chest and on back of jacket. The left sleeve of the jacket is signed in silver marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $700–900

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931 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY TEASER FILM JACKET
A black wool jacket with zip and Velcro front closures. The jacket is heavily embellished with silver studs, braided metal epaulets, large silver tone metal badges at shoulders, metal plates over collar, white fabric armband with “777” in black, and large metal bars across front of jacket. The right arm of the jacket is hemmed considerably shorter than the left arm to allow Michael Jackson’s signature laced armband to remain visible. The jacket also features a leather over elastic belt that is attached to a pair of black denim pants. Together with a pair of custom tailored black Levi 501 jeans with striped ribbon running along the outside seam of each leg, interior label reading Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush. This is one of two jackets created for Jackson’s use during the filming of the teaser film created to promote the release of Jackson’s 1995 album HIStory. The jackets are nearly identical in appearance, but this jacket was worn during the distance shots of Jackson rather than the close-up shots. $50,000–75,000

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933 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINES
A copy of the December 16, 1993 issue of Bravo magazine signed on the cover in black marker “Michael Jackson.” Together with a copy of the August 18, 1994 issue of Bravo magazine signed on the cover in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 11 by 8 1/4 inches $400–600

934 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY SUNGLASSES
A pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses that have been gold plated, including lenses. The glasses were created for Michael Jackson’s HIStory teaser, filmed in Budapest, but were not worn in the final film. $2,000–1,500

932 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY COSTUME GREAVES
A pair of black molded plastic greaves with nine black leather covered elastic straps. The shin plate features white letters reading “Dominican.” This pair of greaves was created for and worn by Michael Jackson as he marched in the procession during his teaser film created to promote the HIStory album. $1,000–2,000

935 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY SUNGLASSES
A pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarer style sunglasses that have been chromed. The glasses were created for Michael Jackson’s HIStory teaser, filmed in Budapest. $1,000–1,500

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936 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY FILM SASH
A red silk sash embellished with ribbons, star studs, and a gold bullion tassel. The front of the sash is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The general who gives the signal to reveal the monumental statue of Jackson is seen wearing this sash in the short film. $800–1,500

937 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HAT
An olive and red military hat with red star badge at crown. This is one of the hats worn by the soldiers in Michael Jackson’s HIStory teaser film, shot in Budapest. The hat is signed in black marker on top of the hat “Michael Jackson.” $800–1,200

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938 HISTORY FILM JACKETS
Three wool gabardine military style jackets in olive. The jackets feature black lettering stripe at cuffs and Velcro at shoulders, where additional costume insignia were affixed. These jackets were worn by extras who marched with Michael Jackson during the epic teaser film created to promote his HIStory album. $1,000–1,500

940 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MILITARY JACKET 939 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED RUSSIAN MILITARY HAT
A Russian military hat signed by Michael Jackson. The olive green and red hat is embellished with gold hardware, braid trim, and a red star with the hammer and sickle. The top of the hat is signed “Love Michael Jackson.” $700–900 A military jacket and pants in the style of Michael Jackson’s HIStory teaser film. The left arm of the jacket is signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” Michael Bush recalls that Jackson picked up various jackets from the film set and wore them during his time in Budapest. $2,000–3,000

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942 MICHAEL JACKSON COSTUME GREAVES
A pair of custom molded black plastic costume greaves covered in black leather, with elastic black leather straps. Each piece attaches with nine D-ring buckles. One of the pieces is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $1,000–2,000

941 MICHAEL JACKSON PERFORMANCE SHIRT
A sheer China silk, button front, long-sleeve shirt with interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. This is the style shirt worn by Michael Jackson as he performed “Black or White.” $5,000–7,000

943 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PROGRAM
An original spiral-bound program from the 1995 MTV Video Music Awards, signed in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” 13 by 11 1/2 inches

944 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SCRIPT
A script from Michael Jackson’s performance with Slash at the 1995 Video Music Awards signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 11 1/4 by 8 1/2 inches

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945 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T-SHIRT
A HIStory Tour T-shirt signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The shirt has an image of Jackson on the front and “King of Pop Michael Jackson HIStory World Tour” on the back. Size XL $300–500

947 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED GHOSTS COLLECTOR BOX SET
A collector box set of Michael Jackson’s Ghosts signed in black marker “To Bush Love,” and the booklet is also signed “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The set is comprised of a Ghosts VHS, HIStory/Ghosts CD, “Blood on the Dance Floor” CD, and a Ghosts booklet. 10 by 8 1/2 by 2 inches $500–700

946 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T-SHIRT
A Michael Jackson HIStory Tour T-shirt signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The T-shirt features an image of Jackson’s dancing feet on the front and “King of Pop Michael Jackson HIStory World Tour” on the back. Size Large $300–500

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948 MICHAEL JACKSON: GHOSTS COSTUMES
A group of costumes designed by Warden Neil, worn in Michael Jackson’s short film Ghosts (MJJ Productions, 1997). The group is comprised of an auburn velvet and gold lame period dress with a fitted bodice, puffed sleeves, and a full skirt with intentional aging; a gold brocade period gown embellished with ruching, bows, and flowers labeled “Western Costume 736”; a silver empire-waisted period gown embellished with faux pearls and lace, the skirt intentionally tattered; a black tailcoat with velvet collar and attached gold scarf with faux spider webs; a navy blue tailcoat with embroidered trim with faux spider webs; and a grey tailcoat with black velvet details covered in faux spider webs. Accompanied by a book about the making of Ghosts featuring an image of one of the dresses. $3,000–5,000

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949 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “SCREAM” VISOR
A clear acrylic visor with clear rubber nose pad signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Jackson wore this visor during the futuristic paddle court sequence of his groundbreaking 1995 video for the single “Scream.” 3 3/4 by 6 by 7 inches $2,000–3,000

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951 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “SCREAM” PROP
A silver plastic and painted foam ball used and seen on screen in Michael Jackson’s video for his 1995 single “Scream.” The ball is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson” and by Jackson’s co-star in the video, his sister Janet Jackson. 5 3/4 inches $1,500–2,000

950 MICHAEL JACKSON “SCREAM” SHIRT
A black synthetic blend long-sleeve shirt with back zip closure and white “7” added to chest. The shirt is marked on interior in gold marker “2/2” indicating that two identical costumes were created for Michael Jackson’s use during the “Scream” video shoot. $8,000–12,000

952 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HOODED SWEATSHIRT
A Michael Jackson hooded black and grey sweatshirt signed by Jackson. The front of the sweatshirt features three images of Jackson and reads “The King of Pop.” The back has two images of Jackson and a quotation from him. The front is signed in gold marker “All My Love Michael Jackson.” A label reads “Enterprise 1999.” Size XL $300–500

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953 MICHAEL JACKSON “SCREAM” COSTUME
A pair of black spandex pants together with a black synthetic blend avant-garde shirt featuring elastic neck, waist, and cuffs and covered with circular gathered puckers of fabric to create a three-dimensional effect. Each costume piece is marked on interior in gold marker “2/2” or “2/2 M.J.J.,” indicating that two identical costumes were created for Michael Jackson’s use during the “Scream” video shoot. $15,000–20,000

954 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED “SCREAM” SHOES
A pair of black patent leather lace-front shoes with inscription reading “PC’s” in white on the heel, Tompkins and Bush’s notation that these were the shoes worn during the scene filmed in the paddle court. The soles have been heavily scored, and the bottom of the right shoe is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $3,000–5,000

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955 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM JACKET
A black silk satin jacket with zip front closure, extensive black and white striped ribbon detailing, silver plastic eagle badges at shoulders, merlot silk armband, costume crystal appliques at collar, and large French double-headed eagle coin motif buttons. The interior of the jacket has Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. Michael Jackson was photographed wearing this jacket while traveling with Lisa Marie Presley. $15,000–20,000

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956 MICHAEL JACKSON MILITARY STYLE JACKET
A royal blue silk satin, zip front jacket with gold and navy striped ribbon covering the front of the jacket and accenting the cuffs and epaulets. The jacket features coin motif buttons, rhinestone and silver tone metal crest badges at shoulders, black nylon armband, and rhinestone and faux pearl Maltese cross brooches at collar. Interior labels read Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush. This jacket was created for Michael Jackson’s personal use. $10,000–20,000

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957 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PERFORMING ARTS MAGAZINE
A copy of the March 1996 issue of Performing Arts magazine signed in black marker “Michael Jackson Thanks” on a page featuring the production credits for the Michael Jackson presented Sisterella. 10 3/4 by 8 inches $200–300

958 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T-SHIRT
A black cotton T-shirt advertising Michael Jackson’s presentation of Larry Hart’s Sisterella presented at the Pasadena Playhouse. The front of the shirt is signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $200–300

959 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SISTERELLA PROGRAM
A Sisterella program from The Regent Theatre-Melbourne, signed on the first page in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 13 by 9 1/2 inches $200–300

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960 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED WINDBREAKER
A black snap front jacket with Kingdom Entertainment logo on right chest with King of Pop HIStory Tour logo on back and left chest. The jacket is signed on the back in silver marker “Michael Jackson.” $400–600

961 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY TOUR SHORTS
A pair of black HIStory Tour athletic shorts signed in silver marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The cotton jersey shorts have a brown HIStory logo and Jan-Al Cases branding silkscreened on the front. Size M $300–500

962 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY TOUR EPHEMERA
A collection of HIStory Tour ephemera including six fanlights given to concert goers, six pins, three Michael Jackson embroidered world tour patches, and a HIStory two-cassette set. 5 3/4 by 4 1/2 by 1 inches $100–150

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963 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SHIRT
A light blue cotton T-shirt with printed portrait of Ludwig II, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” Together with a printed photo of Jackson wearing the Tshirt. The neck of the shirt was subsequently torn. In his book The King of Style, Michael Bush explains that Jackson frequently ripped the necks of his shirts. $1,000–1,500

964 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SILKSCREENS
A pair of wood framed screens used in combination to create a two-color print T-shirt featuring the portrait of a young Michael Jackson with a lyric from his single, “Childhood” Both screens are signed, the first in red marker “Love Michael Jackson” and the second in black marker “Thanx Michael Jackson.” Jackson requested that Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush create T-shirts for Jackson to wear in the studio while he was recording this single. 31 by 23 by 2 inches each $800–1,200

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965 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SILKSCREEN
A wood framed silk screen used to create a single color print of a lyric from Jackson’s “Childhood” single. Jackson requested that Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush create T-shirts for Jackson to wear in the studio while he was recording this single. 31 by 23 by 2 inches $400–600

966 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T SHIRT
A red cotton T shirt printed in white, “Have You Seen My Childhood? Mj.” The Tshirt is signed in silver marker, “Love Michael Jackson.” This is one of the shirts created with the silkscreen offered in a previous lot. $300–500

967 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T SHIRT
A white cotton T shirt printed in black, “Have You Seen My Childhood? Mj.” The T-shirt is signed in black marker, “Michael Jackson.” This is one of the shirts created with the silkscreen listed in a previous lot. $300–500

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968 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY TOUR “BEAT IT” JACKET
A red Neoprene vinyl “Beat It” jacket created by Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush for Michael Jackson to wear during the 1996-1997 HIStory World Tour. The jacket is illustrated on page 97 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $40,000–60,000

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969 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED POSTER
A large sheet of watercolor paper featuring hand drawn images of Mickey Mouse as Michael Jackson done in marker, graphite, and pastel. The sign reads “Mickey The One And Only Jackson” and is signed by a number of friends and additionally signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 20 by 27 3/4 inches $800–1,200

971 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY SWEATSHIRT 970 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BOXES OF BEADS
A group of two boxes signed “Bush thanks M.J. XX” and “Bush M.J.” on the “Props Inventory” sheets that are affixed to the top. The boxes contain colorful beads that can be seen throughout the “Blood on the Dance Floor” video. 10 1/2 by 16 by 12 1/2 inches $400–600 A black hooded HIStory Tour sweatshirt signed in gold marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The front is silkscreened with HIStory Tour logo. The back reads “King of Pop Michael Jackson HIStory World Tour.” Size XL $400–600

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972 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY MINI DISC SET
A mini disc boxed set of Michael Jackson’s HIStory album signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The set is comprised of two discs and an accompanying booklet. 4 1/2 by 4 1/2 by 1 1/2 inches $700–900

973 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED NEWSPAPER
An O Dia Brazilian newspaper dated February 12, 1996, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The newspaper features a cover article about Jackson’s video for “They Don’t Care About Us” directed by Spike Lee and filmed on location in Brasil. 23 by 13 1/2 inches $400–600

974 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED NEWSPAPER
An O Estado de S. Paulo Brazilian newspaper dated February 12, 1996, featuring Michael Jackson on the cover, signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The newspaper features an article about Jackson’s video for “They Don’t Care About Us” directed by Spike Lee and filmed on location in Brasil. 22 by 13 1/2 inches $400–600

975 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TOUR JACKET
A black snap front rain jacket from the HIStory World Tour with embroidered “Mama & RAU Concerts” logo at chest. Signed on the back in silver marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” $400–600

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976 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY TOUR HELMET
A custom created gold helmet with silvered sliding visor. The futuristic helmet was created for the opening of Jackson’s 1996-1997 HIStory World Tour and is signed in red marker “Love Michael Jackson.” The concept behind and creation of this costume is discussed at length on pages 148-151 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. 8 by 10 by 8 1/2 inches $7,000–9,000

977 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TORSO FORM
A molded plastic male torso form used by Michael Bush to create the chest plate worn by Michael Jackson as he made his entrance during the HIStory Tour. The molded plastic torso features several markings and notations in the hand of both Dennis Tompkins and Michael Jackson. The piece is illustrated and discussed on page 149 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. 25 1/2 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

978 MICHAEL JACKSON FINAL CAST RESIN FIGURE
A resin figure on base, in original packaging, portraying Michael Jackson during one of his Malaysian performances on the HIStory Tour. The toy, a final cast, is comprised of a body with two interchangeable heads: one wearing a helmet, one of Jackson’s face. The production of this item was not authorized for distribution. $200–300

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979 MICHAEL JACKSON HISTORY TOUR COSTUME
A gold and silver mirror finish spandex top with Velcro, quick-change, front closure, black piping and round gold tone metal buttons together with a pair of matching gold spandex trousers. Each piece features a Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush label. This outfit was worn by Michael Jackson during the opening of his 1996-1997 HIStory World Tour. The concept behind and creation of this costume is discussed in great detail on pages 148-151 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $40,000–60,000

980 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY TOUR GLOVE
A silver and gold mirror finish spandex gauntlet style glove created for Michael Jackson’s 1996-1997 HIStory World Tour. The glove is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” This glove appears in the video filmed for the opening of the HIStory Tour in which Jackson is launched in his rocket and goes on a journey through the history of mankind on his way to the show. The glove is illustrated on page 150 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $1,000–1,500

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981 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of gold metal sunglasses with light tan shaded lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during his everyday life. $800–1,200

982 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of black metal frame sunglasses with dark tinted lenses, worn by Michael Jackson in his everyday life. $800–1,200

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983 MICHAEL JACKSON AWARDS CEREMONY JACKET
A black silk crepe, cropped jacket with front snap closure and large gold lame dragon applique. Interior label reads “Andre Kim.” Michael Jackson wore this jacket to the 1999 Kora All Africa Music Awards, where Nelson Mandela presented Jackson a lifetime achievement award. $10,000–15,000

984 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of Ray-Ban style brushed nickel sunglasses, worn by Michael Jackson in the mid 2000s. $1,000–1,500

985 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of gunmetal sunglasses with mildly mirrored lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during the mid 2000s. $1,000–1,500

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986 MICHAEL JACKSON 30TH ANNIVERSARY HELMET
A gold painted fiberglass motorcycle helmet with mirrored plastic visor. The helmet has added Styrofoam padding on interior and has been wired to illuminate a row of battery-powered lights below the visor. The helmet is signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The helmet was created for Jackson’s 30th Anniversary show at Madison Square Garden. 10 1/2 by 15 by 10 inches $3,000–5,000

987 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
A color digital print of Michael Jackson and his five brothers taken by photographer Jonathan Exley, signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 13 by 19 inches $800–1,200

989 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED LOAFERS 988 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
A color photograph of Michael Jackson performing on stage, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 10 by 8 inches $500–700 A pair of black Floresheim loafers worn by Jackson during his 30th Anniversary shows held at Madison Square Garden on September 7th and 10th, 2001. The shows, later rebroadcast as a two hour televised special, commemorated Jackson’s 30 years as a solo artist. The bottom of each shoe is marked by Michael Bush in gold “MSG Rehearsal.” The right shoe is signed on the sole in gold “Love” and the left shoe in gold, “Michael Jackson.” Jackson then signed the soles of the shoes a second time in black marker reading on the right “To Bush Love” and on the left “To Bush Michael Jackson.” $5,000–7,000

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990 MICHAEL JACKSON ARMBANDS
A faux black leather armband with Velcro closure, military patch, and metal letters reading “ROCAM.” This authentic military armband inspired Jackson, who then had Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush create the faux snakeskin armband with a gold eagle patch and gold plastic “777” embellishment. The interior of this armband features Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. $500–700

991 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of black and brushed nickel sunglasses by Choppers, worn by Michael Jackson in the mid 2000s. $1,000–1,500

992 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of copper metal sunglasses with filigree flame design and light tan shades, worn by Michael Jackson during the mid 2000s. $1,000–1,500

993 MICHAEL JACKSON LOUIS VUITTON GLASSES
A pair of bronze metal Louis Vuitton sunglasses with ombre shaded lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during his everyday life. $1,000–1,500

994 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of Louis Vuitton sunglasses with ombre lenses and bronze metal frame, worn by Michael Jackson in the mid 2000s. $1,000–1,500

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995 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of gunmetal sunglasses with blue lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during the mid 2000s. $1,000–1,500

996 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PUPPET KOOLER
A Michael Jackson Puppet Kooler in original packaging signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The small cooler has a three-dimensional image of Jackson’s face with dangling legs, maneuverable arms, and a white fedora lid. 7 by 5 by 6 inches $100–150

997 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of silver metal sunglasses with mildly mirrored lenses, worn by Michael Jackson during the mid 2000s. $1,000–1,500

999 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED OLIVER! PROGRAM 998 MICHAEL JACKSON SUNGLASSES
A pair of frosted plastic sunglasses with silver metal and mildly mirrored lenses, worn by Michael Jackson in his everyday life. $1,000–1,500 A program from the film Oliver! (Warwick Film Productions, 1968). The page with Mark Lester’s biography is signed in black marker “Michael Jackson 91.” 11 1/4 by 8 1/2 inches $200–300

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1000 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
A color publicity photograph of Michael Jackson taken by photographer Jonathan Exley, signed in black marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The photograph shows Jackson wearing the shirt offered in the next lot. 8 by 10 inches $500–700

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1001 MICHAEL JACKSON SHIRT
An iridescent purple twinkle organza button front long-sleeve shirt with Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush label pinned to the interior. Michael Jackson wore this shirt during a promotional shoot with photographer Jonathan Exley. $1,000–1,500

1002 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original ink and pencil sketch on translucent paper of Michael Jackson wearing a rhinestone jacket with notations reading “needs to close” and “AB Rhinestone on white,” signed in black marker “To Dennis Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

1003 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED JACKET IMAGE
An image of a heavily embellished jacket designed for Michael Jackson by Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush. The image is signed in black marker “Thanks Bush Love Michael Jackson.” 11 by 8 1/2 inches $200–300

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1004 MICHAEL JACKSON PHOTOSHOOT ENSEMBLE
An intentionally distressed ensemble created for a shoot with photographer Jonathan Exley in Chicago. The ensemble includes a Beckaro thermal shirt, Studio Tokyo plaid button front long-sleeve shirt, and OshKosh denim overalls worn together with distressed white tights. The shirts created as options for the shoot are similar to those which appeared in the final approved photographs. $3,000–5,000

1005 MICHAEL JACKSON KURTA
A black crepe kurta with metallic embroidery and sequin embellished collar. Interior label reads “Reverie Manish Malhotra.” Manish Malhotra, an acclaimed Indian fashion designer who started as a Bollywood costume designer, created this piece for Michael Jackson’s appearance at the 1999 Bollywood Awards held in New York City, where Jackson received the Outstanding Humanitarian Award. $4,000–6,000

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1006 MICHAEL JACKSON DRESS SHIRT
A black cotton, button front, long-sleeve shirt with silver spike and chain French cufflinks with matching silver spike and chain collar embellishment. Interior label reading “John Richmond.” Michael Jackson wore this shirt during a photoshoot for the cover of the November 10–16, 2001 TV Guide, which is included with this lot. $3,000–5,000

1007 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PROMOTIONAL CARD
A card featuring an image of Michael Jackson and Marlon Brando taken by photographer Jonathan Exley, signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” 6 by 9 inches

1008 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED MAGAZINE PAGE
A page from the March 2, 2002, issue of Billboard magazine signed in black marker “Michael Jackson.” The sheet reads “Congratulations on your 20th Love, Michael MJJ Productions.” 13 1/2 by 13 3/4 inches

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1009 MICHAEL JACKSON PHOTOSHOOT JACKET
A stretch gabardine black jacket with gold eagle badges at each shoulder and signature white armband, with interior Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush label. Michael Jackson wore this jacket for a publicity photoshoot with Jonathan Exley. Photographs from the shoot were used in the Dangerous Tour program. $10,000–15,000

1010 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME SKETCH
An original pencil sketch on translucent paper stapled to a sheet of white paper featuring an image of Michael Jackson wearing a full-length coat. The sketch is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 17 by 14 inches $1,000–1,500

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1011 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
A color image of Michael Jackson signed in silver marker “To Bush Love Michael Jackson.” The image features Jackson performing during the 9/11 benefit concert titled “United We Stand: What More Can I Give” held at the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Washington, D.C. on October 21, 2001. 19 by 13 inches $1,000–1,500

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1012 MICHAEL JACKSON FLAGS
A pair of flags including a blue nylon flag with gold fringe featuring the seal of the United States and a cotton United States flag. The first was purchased by Michael Jackson and given to Michael Bush as inspiration for a new jacket. Jackson wanted a patriotic stage jacket to wear during his 2001 “Heal The World” concert. Jackson wrapped himself in this United States flag on stage during the performance. Largest, 34 1/2 by 60 inches $800–1,200

1013 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED IMAGE
A color inkjet print of Michael Jackson recording the song “What More Can I Give,” his charity single released in response to the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. Signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” 11 1/2 by 16 1/2 inches $500–700

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1014 MICHAEL JACKSON SHIRT
White cotton blend, button front, long-sleeve shirt with gold ball chain accenting at cuffs, collar, and yolk. Featuring a red armband and Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. The shirt was originally created for Jackson’s L.A. Gear ad campaign but was not worn during the shoot and instead became part of Jackson’s personal wardrobe. $2,000–3,000

1015 MICHAEL JACKSON ARMBANDS
Three burgundy strips of fabric embroidered with “CTE” and the star in shafts of wheat logo. Longest, 24 inches $300–500

1016 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM SHIRT
A fluorescent lime green corduroy, button front shirt with navy armband, epaulets, and collar embellishment embroidered “CTE.” Interior of the shirt features Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. This shirt was custom created for Michael Jackson’s personal use. Michael Bush explains the origin of the letters “C.T.E.” used on this style of shirt on page 73 of The King of Style. $2,000–3,000

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1017 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM SHIRT
A white cotton, button front long-sleeve shirt with red silk armband, epaulets, and collar embellishment. Epaulets are embroidered “CTE.” The origin of the letters “C.T.E.” is discussed on page 73 of The King of Style by Michael Bush. $2,000–3,000

1018 MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED SHIRT
A blue silk, button front, long-sleeve shirt with interior Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush label. The front of the shirt is signed in black marker “Love Michael Jackson.” $1,000–1,500

1019 MICHAEL JACKSON CUSTOM SHIRT
A white silk crepe shirt with white braided striping down arms, lion crest buttons, and a red armband. Interior Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush labels. $2,000–3,000

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In loving memory of Dennis Tompkins.
14, 1943– 2, 2011.

“When an artist dies, so does his art.”

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The King of Style: Dressing Michael Jackson is an homage to Michael Jackson’s brilliant fusing of costume, personality, and performance to create his iconic image. This is the first art-driven book about the costumes, apparel, shoes, and accessories worn by Michael Jackson, including hundreds of lavish photographs and a behind-the-scenes look into the process of collaborating with him on the making of his wardrobe, written by his longtime costume designer Michael Bush. The book is available online at dressingmichaeljackson.com (all copies purchased through this site will be personally signed by Michael Bush), as well as at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, IndieBound, Powell’s, Books-A-Million, and other independent bookstores across the country. The author is donating a portion of the proceeds from the sales of the book to MusiCares®, a charity which provides assistance to music people in times of need.
For more information, visit www.musicares.org.

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VINTAGE INSTRUMENT CONSIGNMENTS

Julien’s is pleased to announce that we will now be accepting vintage guitars and musical instruments on consignment.   Our vintage musical instrument experts, David Belzer and Drew Berlin, known worldwide as “The Burst Brothers” are happy to assist you and answer any questions that you may have.  Whether you are interested in consigning a single instrument or complete collection, we o er personalized service to meet your individual needs. Please call 310-836-1818 or email us at guitars@juliensauctions.com.
9665 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 150 | Beverly Hills, CA Tel: (310) 836-1818 | www.JuliensAuctions.com

Independence Partnership

Guide Dogs of America, Sylmar CA

818-362-5834

www.guidedogsofamerica.org

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THE COLLECTION OF

ICONS & IDOLS
• R O C K - N - R O L L •
BEVERLY HILLS, CA | DECEMBER 1ST & 2ND

Tompkins & Bush :
MICHAEL JACKSON
DECEMBER 2ND, 2012 | BEVERLY HILLS, CA

BIDDER REGISTRATION FORM
Please check one of the following: ® i will be attending the live auction. ® i will be placing absentee bids ® i will be phone bidding. Online Bidding: Register at www.julienslive.com to leave a proxy bid prior to the auction or bid online during the auction. name: ___________________________________________________ Company: ___________________________________________________ tax Resale number (if applicable): ________________________________________________________________________________________
If you qualify for tax exemption, please fax your resale certificate with your bidder registration form.

email: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ________________________________________ state: _____________ ZiP: _____________ Country: ___________________________ day Phone: ______________________________ Cell Phone: ______________________________ Fax: ______________________________ ® Check here if different billing address type of Credit Card: ® Visa ® MasterCard ® American express billing Address (if different than above): name: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: _________________________________________________________ state: ___________________________ ZiP: ____________________ Card number: ____________________________________________________________ expiration date: ___________________________ security Code: ________________

® Absentee bid(s)
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® Phone bid(s)
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Bidder Registration Form continued
Registration: bidder registration is required for all persons wishing to bid live and online for Julien's Auctions. Any person registering to bid by phone, absentee or in person must complete and sign this bidder Registration Form and agree to the terms and Conditions of the sale as posted on www.juliensauctions.com and printed in the auction catalogue for the Auction, which terms and Conditions are incorporated herein by reference. it is the bidder’s responsibility and obligation to read such terms and Conditions and, by completing and signing this bidder Registration Form, the bidder agrees to be bound thereby. Reserve Auction: this is a reserve auction. All items are offered subject to a reserve. the reserve is the confidential minimum price acceptable to the Consignor. bidders will not be told the reserve amount and will not receive a warning or notice should their bid(s) fail to meet the reserve amount. Julien's reserves the right to withdraw any property before the completion of the sale and will have no liability for doing so. Julien’s reserves the right to accept or decline any bid. no bid may be accepted until the start of the auction on the auction dates, as set forth herein. only the auctioneer may accept the bid and complete the sale during the auction. Arbitration: Any claim or controversy arising out of or relating to the Auction, the bidder Registration Form or any breach thereof between the registered bidder and Julien’s shall be submitted to arbitration in los Angeles County, California before an arbitrator from the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation services, inc. (“JAMs”) and conducted under its Comprehensive Arbitration Rules, as the exclusive remedy for such claim or controversy. both parties further agree that the arbitration shall be conducted before a single JAMs arbitrator who is a retired California or federal judge or justice. by agreeing to arbitrate, the parties waive any right they have to a court or jury trial. the decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding. the parties further agree that, upon application of the prevailing party, any Judge of the superior Court of the state of California, for the County of los Angeles, may enter a judgment based on the final arbitration award issued by the JAMs arbitrator, and the parties expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of this Court for such a purpose. the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover the party’s attorneys’ fees and costs incurred in connection with the arbitration. by initialing below, the parties represent and warrant that they understand the terms of this Arbitration provision and agreed to be bound thereby. Bidder Initial Here: ___________________ [ X ] Payments: Julien's Auctions will invoice only for the property (including buyer's premium and any applicable sales tax). Payments for winning lots should be made to Julien's Auctions, Po box 691789, W. hollywood, CA 90069. We accept wire transfer, cashiers check or personal check, American express, MasterCard and Visa. Auction items picked up in California and California and new york residents will be charged sales tax. Property Pick-Up: Property pick-up is available at our beverly hills gallery by appointment only. to schedule please call (310) 836-1818 or email shipping@juliensauctions.com. Shipping: All shipping has been contracted by Art Pack inc. invoices must be paid in full prior to shipping. For all shipping questions or to obtain a shipping quote please contact Art Pack inc. at (800) 388-5250 or by email at artpack@artpackco.com. All property must be shipped at the winning bidder’s expense. buyer agrees that Julien’s will not be responsible for shipping of property after the auction. Julien’s will not falsify or claim a lower value on custom’s documents. Julien’s is not responsible if there is any delay in customs. Julien’s is not responsible for returned shipments. the buyer is responsible for all fees including duties, taxes, VAt, customs, and other unforeseen charges. Copyright Notice: buyers of the property will not acquire any copyright or similar right whatsoever to the property, music or likenesses contained therein of Michael Jackson. the buyer may not in any way reproduce, distribute, or create derivative works of the property or copyright embodied in the property or cause anyone else to, without the prior written consent of the estate of Michael Jackson who retain such rights. Acknowledgement: Acknowledgement: i hereby request approval for this registration to bid in this auction sale with Julien’s Auctions (the Auctioneer). i acknowledge that i have read, understood and agreed to the terms and Conditions of the sale as posted on http://www.juliensauctions.com and printed in the auction catalogue, applicable to the auction sale for which i now register and request the Auctioneer to approve such registration as an authorized participant as a Floor bidder (bidder at live event), Absentee bidder (bidder by phone, mail, fax, or online) or online bidder. i acknowledge and agree that a 20% buyer’s Premium will be added to the hammer price on individual lots $100,000 and higher, and a 25% buyer’s Premium on all individual lots of $0 - $99,999 for which i am the successful bidder. in addition, there will be an additional 3% buyer’s premium charged for any lots won on online. i further acknowledge that i am responsible to pay Julien’s Auctions the aggregate of the hammer price and the buyer’s Premium for such lot(s). All invoices must be paid within 10 calendar days after the close of the auction. i authorize Julien’s Auctions to charge my credit card listed on page 1 for all items purchased (including shipping) at this auction, and any future Julien’s Auctions i may participate in, if not otherwise paid in full within 10 calendar days after the close of the auction. by signing below i confirm that i have read and agree with all the facts stated in this Acknowledgement and verify all information on page one is correct.

signature:________________________________________________ date:_______________________________________________
signature required. do not put title. note that you must also initial where indicated above.

Print name:___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Company (if applicable):____________________________________ title:_______________________________________________
Representations, Warranties and Personal Guarantee: i hereby represent and warrant that i am authorized by the above named Company, Person or entity, as the case may be (the “Customer”), to place bids and to contract on behalf of the Customer for the purchase of the lots in this auction sale and to receive any such lots on behalf of the Customer. i hereby irrevocably and unconditionally personally guarantee and promise to pay Julien’s Auctions on demand the full purchase amount and expressly waive protest, presentment, diligence, demand or notice of any kind. i understand that Julien’s Auctions will rely upon these representations, warranties and guarantee in registering me to bid and/or extending me credit or other consideration in connection with this auction sale.

signature:_________________________________________________________ date:______________________________________

Please fax completed forms to (310) 388-0207
Forms must be received by 12:00 p.m. (noon) on the day prior to the auction day in order to be guaranteed.

Julien’s Auctions • 9665 Wilshire blvd, suite 150, beverly hills, CA 90210 phone: (310) 836-1818 • fax: (310) 388-0207 • email: info@juliensauctions.com

REGISTRATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Julien's Auctions guarantees the authenticity of Attribution of property listed in the catalogue or online as stated in the terms of guarantee. except for the limited Warranty contained in the terms of guarantee all property is sold “As is”. We make no warranties, nor does the consignor, as to the merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, the correctness of the catalogue or other description of the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, exhibitions, literature or historical relevance of any property. no oral or written statements made in the catalogue, online listing, advertisement, bill of sale, and announcement or elsewhere made by employees (including affiliated and related companies) shall be considered a warranty. We and the Consignor make no representations and warranties, express or implied, as to whether the purchaser acquires any copyrights, including but not limited to, any reproduction rights of any property. We and the Consignor are not responsible for errors and omissions in the catalogue, online listings or any other supplemental material. it is the responsibility of prospective bidders of live auctions to inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size, and to determine if it has been repaired or restored and/or to request a condition report. Please email info@juliensauctions.com for a condition report. A buyer's premium will be added to the successful bid price and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase price. i acknowledge and agree that a 20% Buyer's Premium will be added to the hammer price on individual lots $100,000 and higher, and a 25% Buyer's Premium on all individual lots of $0 - $99,999 which i am the successful bidder. in addition, there will be an additional 3% buyer's premium charged for any lots won online. this is regardless of affiliation with any group or organization. i further acknowledge that i am responsible to pay Julien's Auctions the aggregate of the hammer price and the buyer's Premium, plus sales tax if applicable, for such lot(s). All invoices must be paid within 10 calendar days after the close of the auction. i authorize Julien's Auctions to charge my credit card provided at registration for all items purchased at this auction, and any future Julien's Auctions i may participate in, if not paid in full within 10 calendar days after the close of the auction. Payments: Checks should be made to payable to Julien's Auctions, Po box 691789, W. hollywood, CA 90069. Julien's Auctions will invoice only for the property (including buyer's premium and any applicable sales tax). We accept wire transfer, cashiers check or personal check, American express, MasterCard and Visa. Auction items picked up in California and all California and new york residents will be charged sales tax. Shipping: buyer pays all shipping costs. All shipping has been contracted by Art Pack inc. invoices must be paid in full prior to shipping. After the buyer has paid for their item(s) through Julien’s, they must contact Art Pack inc. to coordinate shipping. All shipping inquiries can be directed to Art Pack inc at artpack@artpackco.com or by phone at (800) 388-5250.. Art Pack inc. accepts payment by Check, bank wire, Visa, Mastercard, discover, American express. the buyer is responsible to make contact regarding any concerns or shipping related questions. Please allow 2-12 weeks for the delivery of your property depending on the size of the auction, the receiver's destination, or the mode of transportation. All auction property is shipped at the bidder's expense. Paid items may be picked up in los Angeles after the auction. Julien's and Art Pack inc. will not falsify or claim a lower value on custom's documents to avoid paying government fees. Julien's and Art Pack inc. are not responsible if there is any delay in customs and are not responsible for returned shipments. the buyer is responsible for all government fees including duties, taxes, VAt, Customs, or any unforeseen charges. the buyer agrees that Julien’s Auctions will not be responsible for shipping of the property after the auction and they will deal directly with Art Pack inc. bids will not be accepted from those persons under the age of eighteen (18) without written consent of said persons parent or legal guardian. Written consent must acknowledge the terms and conditions of sale. this written consent constitutes an agreement to be bound thereby on behalf of the bidder. bidder registration is required for all persons wishing to bid for Julien's Auctions. Any person registering to bid by phone, absentee, or in person will complete a bidder Registration Form. online bidders will submit a completed form through julienslive.com. All items are offered subject to a reserve. the reserve is the confidential minimum price acceptable to the Consignor. during a live auction the auctioneer may open any lot by bidding on behalf of the Consignor and may bid up to the amount of the reserve, by placing successive or consecutive bids for a lot or bids in response to other bidders. online sales may do the same by employing the use of a starting bid which will commence bidding at or below the reserve price agreed to by the Consignor. Julien's reserves the right to withdraw any property before the completion of the sale and will have no liability for doing so. We reserve the right to accept or decline any bid. bids must be for an entire lot and each lot constitutes a separate sale. All bids are per lot unless otherwise announced at a live sale by the auctioneer. live auction lots will be sold in their numbered sequence unless the Auctioneer directs otherwise. it is unlawful and illegal for bidders to collude, pool, or agree with another bidder to pay less than the fair value for lot(s). bidders participating in both live and online auctions acknowledge that the law provides for substantial penalties in the form of treble damages and attorneys' fees and costs for those who violate these provisions. For live auctions the auctioneer will have final discretion in the event that any dispute should arise between bidders. the auctioneer will determine the successful bidder, cancel the sale, or re-offer and resell the lot or lots in dispute. Julien's will have final discretion to resolve any disputes arising after the sale and in online auctions. if any dispute arises our sale record is conclusive. Julien's will execute order or absentee bids, and accept telephone bids as a courtesy to clients who are unable to attend the live auctions. therefore we take no responsibility for any errors or omissions in connection with this service. subject to fulfillment of all of the conditions set forth herein, on the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, title to the offered lot will pass to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, and such bidder thereupon (a) assumes full risk and responsibility (including without limitation, liability for or damage to frames or glass covering prints, paintings, photos, or other works), and (b) will immediately pay the full purchase price or such part as we may require. in addition to other remedies available to us by law, we reserve the right to impose from the date of sale a late charge of 1 ½% per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. All property must be removed from either our premises by the purchaser at his expense not later than 10 business days following its sale and if it is not so removed, (i) a handling charge of 1% of the total purchase price per month from the tenth day after the sale until its removal will be payable to us by the purchaser, with a minimum of 5% of the total purchase price for any property not so removed within 60 days after the sale, and (ii) we may send the purchased property to a public warehouse for the account, at the risk and expense of the purchaser. if any applicable conditions herein are not complied with the purchaser will be in default and in addition to any and all other remedies available to us and the Consignor by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, including all fees, charges and expenses more fully set forth herein, we, at our option, may (a) cancel the sale of that, or any other lots sold to the defaulting purchaser at the same or any other auction, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser, or (b) resell the purchased property, whether at public auction or by private sale, or (c) effect any combination thereof. in any case, the purchaser will be liable for any deficiency, any and all costs, handling charges, late charges, expenses of both sales, our commissions on both sales at our regular rates, legal fees and expenses, collection fees and incidental damages. We may, in our sole discretion, apply any proceeds of sale then due or thereafter becoming due to the purchaser from us or any affiliated company, or any payment made by the purchaser to us or any affiliated company, where or not intended to reduce the purchaser's obligations with respect to the unpaid lot or lots, to the deficiency and any other amounts due to us or any affiliated companies. in addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted and assigned to us and our affiliated companies, a continuing security interest of first priority in any property or money of our owing to such purchaser in our possession or in the possession of any of our affiliated companies, and we may retain and apply such property or money as collateral security for the obligations due to us or to any affiliated company of ours. Payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected good funds. in the event the purchaser fails to pay any or all of the total purchase price for any lot and Julien's elects to pay the Consignor any portion of the sale proceeds, the purchaser acknowledges that Julien's shall have all of the rights of the Consignor to pursue the purchaser for any amounts paid to the Consignor, whether at law, in equity, or under these Conditions of sale. under no circumstance will Julien's incur liability to a purchaser in excess of the purchase price actually paid. the terms and conditions of sale herein described shall be enforced in accordance with, and governed by the laws of the state of California. Any claim or controversy arising out of or relating to the Auction, the bidder Registration Form or any breach thereof between the registered bidder and Julien’s shall be submitted to arbitration in los Angeles County, California before an arbitrator from the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation services, inc. (“JAMs”) and conducted under its Comprehensive Arbitration Rules, as the exclusive remedy for such claim or controversy. both parties further agree that the arbitration shall be conducted before a single JAMs arbitrator who is a retired California or federal judge or justice. by agreeing to arbitrate, the parties waive any right they have to a court or jury trial. the decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding. the parties further agree that, upon application of the prevailing party, any Judge of the superior Court of the state of California, for the County of los Angeles, may enter a judgment based on the final arbitration award issued by the JAMs arbitrator, and the parties expressly agree to submit to the jurisdiction of this Court for such a purpose. the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover the party’s attorneys’ fees and costs incurred in connection with the arbitration. Copyright Notice: buyers of the property will not acquire any copyright or similar right whatsoever to the property, music or likenesses contained therein of Michael Jackson. the buyer may not in any way reproduce, distribute, or create derivative works of the property or copyright embodied in the property or cause anyone else to, without the prior written consent of the estate of Michael Jackson who retain such rights.

TERMS OF GUARANTEE

“Attribution” is defined by Julien's as the creator, period, culture, source of origin, as the case may be as set forth in the bold type heading of a lot in a live auction catalogue or the lot title of an online auction, as amended by any oral or written salesroom notices and announcements or online notices and announcements. We make no warranties to information not contained in an online lot heading or information not contained in the bold type heading of any live auction catalogue subject to the exclusions listed below. Julien's warrants the “Attribution”, as defined above and subject to the exclusions listed below, of a lot for a period of five years from the date of sale and only to the original purchaser on record at the auction. if it is determined to our satisfaction that the “Attribution” is incorrect, the sale will be rescinded if the lot is returned to the Julien's Auctions warehouse facility in the same condition in which it was at the time of sale. in order to satisfy Julien's that the “Attribution” of a lot is indeed incorrect we reserve the right to require the purchaser to obtain, at the purchaser's expense, the opinion of two experts in the field, mutually acceptable to Julien's and the purchaser, before we agree to rescind the sale under the warranty. this warranty is not assignable and applies only to the original purchaser on record with Julien's. this warranty does not transfer to any subsequent owners of any purchased property (this includes without limitation, heirs, successors, beneficiaries or assigns). should a sale be rescinded and the purchase price paid (final successful bid price, plus the buyer's premium), it is specifically understood that this will be considered the sole remedy. it is exclusive and in lieu of any other remedy available as a matter of law, or in equity. exclusions will be made and this warranty does not apply to “Attribution” which on the date of sale was in accordance with the then generally accepted opinion of scholars and specialists, or the identification of periods or dates of execution which may be proven inaccurate by means of scientific processes not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue or listing online, or which were unreasonably expensive or impractical to employ.

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236 | The Collection of Tompkins & Bush: Michael Jackson

LOT 916 MICHAEL JACKSON SUPER BOWL BELT

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