MJ’s White Crystal Glove Sells for $ 70,144

He continues to fetch in those millions. In life he suffered, but there was no dearth of riches in his prime. In death his personal belongings rake in millions, auction after auction. For, his global fan following sets him a class apart. The iconic crystal-encrusted glove of Michael Jackson that became a symbol of luxury and a rage among fans, is gone under the hammer for for £44,300, which is approximately $70,144.

Michael Jackson had worn the white glove with tiny lights at his 1984 tour selling in the Profiles in History auction at Calabasas, near Los Angeles, for £44,300, approx $70,144.

The piece was one of the two made for the singer by Ted Shell, with shinning bugle beads and Austrian crystal rhinestones. It had as many as 50 tiny lights drawing power from nine volt battery in the cuff.

The auction had 1,200 unique pieces of Hollywood history, other items being MJ’s red V-necked jumper encrusted with deep red rhinestones and white fedora hat fetching £29,500. And, an Elvis Presley guitar that sold for £66,500.
Via: Telegraph
Michael Jackson multi-light glove

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