Michael Jackson Clothing Memorabilia Sold at Auction; Gloves, Fedoras & Stage Costumes & More

The King of Pop may have passed away, but his fan base is as strong as ever. His songs will likely be loved and adored for decades to come. The love his fans have for him makes the belongings he left behind worth a pretty penny. There are items of all shapes and sizes out there worn or owned by Michael Jackson that his adoring fans would give their right arm to own. Brigitte Kruse & GWS Auctions, Inc would like to share some of the items that have sold and some that are coming up for sale in the near future; all worn or owned by Michael Jackson himself.

Michael Jackson’s Frequently Worn Gloves

Everyone remembers the gloves that Michael Jackson often wore in his concerts and other appearances. These gloves have now become a prized possession for all those that can get their hands on them. One glove, adorned with Swarovski crystals, was sold recently at auction for over $7,000. The value of the glove often has much to do with where the glove was worn. The glove he wore at the Motown 25th anniversary concert in 1983 sold for $350,000!

Stage Costumes Worn by Michael Jackson Sold at Auction

The shoulder pads, shining sequins, and flashy materials that made up the many outfits he wore at different events and concerts are some of the most iconic Michael Jackson memorabilia. You would be surprised at the price fans will pay to get a jacket he wore in their grasp. For instance, the black sequin jacket he frequently wore when performing his hit “Billy Jean” sold for more than many people would pay for a car at over $20,000.

Famous Fedora Hat Style of Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson was possibly most known for the many fedoras he wore. The fedora was the crown that the King of Pop wore to all of his appearances. From white to black, a fedora worn by the King himself is highly sought after. They have always been high on any collector’s list, and even more so since his passing. The white fedora worn during the filming of the “Smooth Criminal” video was sold at auction for $6,100; while the black fedora worn during a 1984 appearance in the Montreal Olympic Stadium, complete with sweat and makeup stains by Jackson himself, sold for over $18,000.

Buying & Selling Celebrity Clothing, Memorabilia & More at Auction in Beverly Hills, Agoura Hills, Palm Springs, Indio & Southern California

For those in search of Michael Jackson memorabilia, auctions are the perfect place to find them. While the market for items owned by Michael Jackson has always been strong, since his death it has gotten even stronger. If you are looking to buy or sell any pieces, Brigitte Kruse & GWS Auctions, Inc can help maximize your profits. Currently, you can bid on Michael Jackson’s stage costume and a fedora complete with COA at our Famous Music & Hollywood Icons Historical Occasion auction, which is scheduled to close on November 11, 2017 at 10AM.