New York Works of art and decorations from Michael Jackson’s California estate are up for sale, as is the Jackson Five’s first record deal. A fan bought all of this a few years ago, but is now putting the pieces up for auction.
Bronze figures, gold-plated candlesticks and the Jackson Five’s first record deal: pieces from the previous possession of the US musician Michael Jackson, who died in 2009, are to be auctioned in the USA. The auction with around 50 pieces should run until October 23 with no minimum bids take place online, announced the New York auction house Guernsey’s on Saturday night.
In addition to numerous works of art and decorative items from the singer’s estate in California, the Jackson Five’s first record deal is for sale, signed by Jackson’s father Joe, who managed the band consisting of his children. A fan bought all of these pieces a few years ago and are now putting them up for auction, the auction house said.
Michael Jackson (“Beat it”, “Billie Jean”, “Thriller”) died in 2009 at the age of 50 from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol.