Michael Jackson’s iconic white glove is just one of more than 2,000 items from the King of Pop’s Neverland Ranch that will be put up for auction in April.
The auction will take place from April 22 to 25 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., though bids will also be accepted online.
“Michael Jackson was a collector of everything,” Darren Julien, president of Julien’s Auctions, told Fox News. “We’ve never seen a collection that is as extensive and eccentric as his.”
Among the items on the block are: a custom-designed, white spandex glove completely covered in clear Swarovski crystals; a costume jacket that Jackson wore for his Hollywood Walk of Fame star dedication ceremony; a pair of acrylic, rhinestoned tube socks; three suits of armour; and even the gates to the ranch.
Some of the items will be shown in London, England and Dublin, Ireland before the auction.
The total value of everything on the block is estimated at $1.5 million to $3 million. A portion of the proceeds will go to the charity MusiCares.
You can check out what’s being auctioned off on the Julien website here, as well the actual auction itself when the Auction Network broadcasts the sale live on TV and online.
Jackson has struggled with money in recent years and in November he gave up the deed to the 2,500-acre Neverland Ranch in Los Olivos, Calif.
Despite the financial troubles, Julien told Britain’s Daily Telegraph that his company has been working closely with Jackson for the past five months and the auction “is something that Michael is doing of his own free will. He is not being forced into it.”