Total take over 1 million for Michael Jackson’s belongings all sold out by auction
On Dec. 17 all the belongings of Michael Jackson auctioned by Julien’s Auctions. Over 500 items in the last residence of the great late singer were sold out, including fine art, antiques, furniture and other items, which included original artwork from Jackson and his three children.
On a Jackson’s mirror in his bedroom, “Train, perfection March April Full out May.” Expressed Jackson’s tirelessness in preparing for the “This Is It,” a concert series was set to begin in July 2009 in London. This mirror was auctioned for $18,750.
A rooster chalkboard with a note written on it from Michael Jackson’s children, reading the words on the board: “love Daddy/ I (heart) Daddy/ Smile it’s for free.”
It was sold for $5,000.
An oriental rug in Jackson’s bedroom was sold for $15,360, his small bedside table sold for $5,000. The most expensive item sold was an oil painting by Adelsteen Normann for $46,785, another watercolor painting by Maurice Utrillo for $35,200.
According to E! Online news report, the auction’s total take was over $1 million.
Ps. original version published on the website of Taiwan News by Theresa Huang