Dominic Winter Book Auctions are holding an auction this coming Wednesday on May 14th in Gloucestershire, UK. They have three items pertaining to Michael up for grabs.
Firstly is a ‘Smooth Criminal’ white fedora that Michael wore during one of his concerts, and is signed under the brim “All my Love Michael Jackson 1990”, and bears the words “Michael Jackson” in gold lettering inside, a standard feature with all of his stage-worn fedora hats. It’s estimated to fetch between £300 – £500.
The second item available at the auction is an ‘Artist of the Decade’ award, which is a nicely mounted display, limited edition Platinum Award (number 576 of 1000). It includes a Platinum record, list of albums, record sales, a pencil signed letter of authenticity from Michael Jackson, three miniature album covers and plaque, framed and glazed 65 x 59cm. It’s estimated to fetch between £150 – £200.
The third item is a group of three autographed items, including a signed colour reproduced photo mounted with an unused 1988 concert ticket, plus a nicely mounted colour reproduced photo of Michael holding a panther signed “Love Michael Jackson”. A certificate of Authenticity attached to reverse, plus a large mounted ‘Dangerous’ poster signed on the top left margin, with an inch closed tear to the top margin, various sizes, all framed and glazed, plus a ‘Dangerous World Tour’ official jacket, size XXL, large tour logo on the back with “Dangerous World Tour presented by Pepsi” on the front, leather sleeves. It’s estimated to fetch between £100 – £150.