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The Jacket Michael Jackson wore in his "Thriller" video is hitting the auction block. Michael autographed the jacket as a gift to his longtime costume designers. The Auction administrator says the red and black leather jacket is the most recognized and significant piece of pop culture to come up for sale and he expects it to fetch at least $200,000, and it could possibly command as much as $300,000 to $500,000. Other Jackson items up for sale include the wig he wore when he announced his "This Is It" concert series in London, a fedora and spangled glove, his shirt from the "Scream" video and the battered mailbox from the estate where he died in 2009. Other famous items up for sale include sneakers signed by Britney Spears and a set of handwritten lyrics for songs by Johnny Cash. There is also a luxury car owned by Frank Sinatra. The auction will feature over 600 artifacts belonging to some of music's biggest stars including The Beatles, Elvis, Bruce Springsteen, Kurt Cobain and Madonna, as well as new stars such as Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber. The collection will be on view free to the public from June 13th to June 25th at Jullien's Auctions Gallery in Beverly Hills and the Auction is June 25th and 26th.

06/09/2011 9:11AM
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..........................Live auction of JCPRD surplus items set for June 13.....................................06 08 2009..................................................................The farm is located at 7440 Ogg Road and can be reached either through the park s main entrance at 7900 Renner Road or by way of Midland Drive from the north.Auctioneer Paul Pringleton will sell surplus property from throughout the park district including items from the recently-discontinued horse boarding operation at Oakridge as well as lost and abandoned items collected by the District s Park Police Department. Opportunities to view the sale items will be offered the day of the sale.It should be noted that the District s June 13 auction is separate from and in addition to the Tomahawk Dome Surplus Items Sale being conducted via sealed bids which are due on June 11.
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