Following its sale of the crystal-studded glove worn by Michael Jackson on his 1984 'Victory' tour for $190,000, Julien's auctions is once again delving into the singer's legacy.
The auction house's next sale is due to take place in Hong Kong's Macau gambling resort on October 9. Memorabilia for sale will include more gloves and clothing, including Jackson 5 jumpsuits.
Among them is a crystal-studded glove from the 1984 Pepsi commercial, famously aborted when Jackson's hair was set on fire in an accident.
Also going under the hammer is an orange shirt which Jackson can be seen wearing in his 1992 Jam video, in which he appeared alongside basketball legend Michael Jordon.
According to reports, the memorabilia is already being exhibited in Tokyo until September 6, before travelling to Chile and finally ending up at Macau's Ponte 16 gaming resort.
Watch this space for more news on the sale.
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