Michael Jackson's White Glove Is Available for $20,000 at an Auction

Michael Jackson giving the 'thumbs up
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Michael Jackson giving the thumbs up in New York City in 1984.

A white sequined glove once worn by Michael Jackson is selling in an auction on July 30 by Nate D. Sanders auction house, with bidding starting at $20,000.

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Jackson had given the right-handed glove to his artist friend, Paul Bedard, who painted more than a dozen pieces of historical figures sporting the glove for Jackson's home and Neverland ranch. In addition to the glove, the winning bidder will receive a photo of Bedard wearing the glove, some of the art he created for Jackson, and a typed authenticity declaration signed by Bedard himself.

Though $20,000 is no bargain, the price pales in comparison to the $420,000 selling price of the glove Jackson wore during his debut of the Moonwalk that sold just six months after he passed away in 2009, as well as another glove that sold for $160,000 in 2010.

If you can't quite swing the $20K, the jacket Jackson wore in the "Bad" music video and album cover will also be available at the auction starting at a mere $10,000.