Michael Jackson's Glove on Sale at Heritage Auctions

Monday, July 27, 2020
Michael Jackson's Glove on Sale at Heritage Auctions

Image courtesy to Heritage Auctions


Lot 89245

Michael Jackson Personally Owned Crystal-Studded Glove Worn on Stage During the Victory Tour (1984).


Image courtesy to Heritage Auctions


An iconic piece of Pop history, offered here is a white, Swarovski crystal-studded glove with a hook fastener at the wrist, worn on stage by immortal Pop icon Michael Jackson during the Jackson brothers' record-breaking 1984 Victory Tour. Features a label stitched on the inner wrist reading "Bill Whitten". Costume designer Whitten designed the crystal-embellished gloves for this tour. Included with the glove is a Letter of Authenticity from David Miller, reading in part: "I was incredibly lucky to work together several times with MJJ Productions, Inc. on the Bad tour and previous concerts with Mr. Jackson and his brothers during the 80s. Mr. Jackson personally gave the glove to me accompanied [by] some signed promotional photos in December 1984." Glove in Fine condition, with minor toning/soiling from stage wear, loose threading, and three missing crystals on the palm. COA from Heritage Auctions.

Current bid: USD 3.100

Status: Reserve (If Any) Will post on 08/01/2020 7pm CT


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