NEW YORK: Black Jacket "Bad" Michael Jackson, who was worn on his first solo trip, sold for $ 298,000 on a late Saturday, about three times his original demand price, was a New York auction that included items from Prince, Madonna, John Lennon and others music legends, officials announced.
Julien's Auctions had an original price of $ 100,000 for the jacket that Jackson signed on the back with a permanent cash marker and wore up the concert "Bad" concert from 1987-89.
One of the most iconic dresses of the late singer is alongside a red and black leather "Thriller" video jacket that sold for $ 1.8 million in auction in 2011.
Jackson has become one of the most famous celebrities since he suddenly died in 2009 in Los Angeles at 50 years of accidental anisy of anesthetic he used as a sleeping aid.
The "Wrong" jacket was sold by Texas Milton Verret businessman and pioneer together with nearly 100 other items of memorable memorable collection.
The Icons & Idols: The Rock-N-Roll auction, which issued the two-day auction results at the end of Saturday, also included an electric guitar played by Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, and band members U2 The Edge and Bono.
He was used in Guitar Prince in his final stage in 2016 sold for $ 156,250 and a motorcycle jacket that he used in the 1984 Purple Rain movie sold for $ 37,500, he said officially.
Part of the auction sale will go to the MusicCares charity branch of the Grammy Awards Recording Institute that provides health services and other musicians' services.