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FREE APPRAISAL. To appraise, auction, buy, consign or sell your stage worn Michael Jackson belt that is for sale for the highest prices realized in the industry, please email your photos and description to Nate D. Sanders (Nate@NateDSanders.com) of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (www.natedsanders.com). We will also grant you a high reserve for your Michael Jackson belt, which no other auction house will let you do.

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An original Michael Jackson belt worn at an awards show sold for almost $200,000

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We have sold Michael Jackson’s famous glove worn at the 1984 American Music Awards for $200,000.

Michael Jackson’s famous glove worn at the 1984 American Music Awards, accompanied by an autograph book signed four times, attesting to the authenticity of the glove; Jackson writes, ”My original glove / Love / M.J*”. Regarded globally as the greatest entertainer in recorded history, the 25-year old was honored at the 16 January 1984 ceremony for his record ”Thriller,” the best-selling album of all time. The Grammy awards he won that same year made his award-winning volume unprecedented. A radiant Jackson was heavily photographed wearing this glove at the AMA’s, and video footage documents him wearing it in each of his numerous and effusive acceptance speeches that evening. A gloved right hand had been a trademark of Jackson’s, but typically the star wore the glove in white. This is likely the first example of Jackson wearing a black glove to an award show and possibly even the first for any public appearance. Of the glove’s singularity, Jackson told Barbara Walters in a 1999 interview, ”Why one glove? Cooler than two.” He also speaks about it in his autobiography ”Moonwalk.” Extensive provenance includes documentation from Julien’s as well as news clippings and photos from the first owner of the glove after Jackson: a terminally ill boy named David Smithee, to whom Jackson gifted the glove upon a visit arranged by a charity. Jackson later named Smithee in the dedication of the Jacksons’ ”Victory” album: ”…Finally, best wishes and love to…our friend, little David Smithy [sic].” Included in the lot is the autograph book in which Jackson penned a COA for the child in black felt tip: ”My original glove / Love / M.J*”. He signs ”Michael Jackson” to three additional pages. Red velvet book with gilt lettering and all edges gilt measures 5.75” x 4.5”. Dark brown cloth glove is encrusted with black Swarovsky crystal beading and features a single snap closure. Custom-sewn glove bears no size labeling. Measures 8.75” at its longest from cuff to fingertip and 4.25” across the center. Two stones are inconspicuously absent from the seam on the outer edge of the cuff and two from the second finger, with sunning to the seam around the thumb, else near fine. A stunning artifact worn and owned by the entertainer of the century at the height of his superstardom. Sold for $199,069.

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Michael Jackson’s Famous Crystal-Encrusted Glove

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Michael Jackson’s Iconic ”Beat It” Stage-Worn Jacket — Signed by the King of Pop in the ”Thriller” Era in 1988

Michael Jackson’s iconic ”Beat It” jacket, worn by Jackson during the 1988 Madison Square Gardens tour, and signed by the superstar. The globally-renowned and beloved entertainer signs the jacket just below the collar in the back, ”To Ari / Love / Michael Jackson / 1988” in black felt tip. Red leather jacket with fine chain mail detailing to the shoulders is universally recognizable as the design worn by Jackson in the music video for ”Beat It.” The chart-topping single was responsible for launching the entire ”Thriller” record on a trajectory toward its ultimate position as the best-selling album of all time. Designed by J. Parks, Jackson wore the ”Beat It” jacket while performing in 1988. Michael gave this jacket to Epic Records President Ron Alexenburg’s son; Alexenburg signed the Jackson 5 to Epic Records, where Michael’s career took off. Size 40 jacket has Alexenburg’s name handwritten on the label; overall near fine condition. With provenance from Julien’s Auctions.  Sold in NateDSanders.com Michael Jackson Jacket Auction. Sold for $84,422.

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Michael Jackson’s Iconic ”Beat It” Stage-Worn Jacket — Signed by the King of Pop in the ”Thriller” Era in 1988 — From the Michael Jackson Jacket Auction

Consign your Michael Jackson belt today. Please email nate@natedsanders.com to auction your Michael Jackson belt.

FREE APPRAISAL. To appraise, auction, buy, consign or sell your stage worn Michael Jackson belt that is for sale for the highest prices realized in the industry, please email your photos and description to Nate D. Sanders (Nate@NateDSanders.com) of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (www.natedsanders.com). We will also grant you a high reserve for your Michael Jackson belt, which no other auction house will let you do.

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