Michael Jackson is holding a five-day public auction at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles this April to sell off over 2,000 items ranging from personal effects and costumes through to his expansive art collection as well as fixtures and fittings from his Neverland ranch.
These rhinestone-studded 1981 Triumph tour socks should fetch £400 - £600, while the custom-designed white spandex, right-hand glove covered in clear Swarovski crystal loch rosen crystals is expected to fetch £7,000 to £10,000
A certificate recognising his nomination for the Best R&B Performance, Male, for his single Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough could go for £400, while a letter on White House stationery from President Ronald Reagan should go for a similar price
This 1911 Grosset and Dunlap edition of Peter Pan: The Story of Peter and Wendy by J.M.Barrie, previously owned by Jackson, could be yours for as little as £30, while the gates to his Neverland ranch could set you back over £20,000
A 1999 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph Limousine, seen parked in the driveway of Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch is expected to realise at least £100,000...
..worth it, surely, for the tasteful interior
Gilded throne with red velvet seat, est £1,000 - £1,500, and this oil on canvas portrait of Michael Jackson dressed as a king, signed and dated 1995 by Norman Oak, £3,00 to £4,000
2001 Harley-Davidson Touring Motorcycle outfitted as a police bike complete with lights, pictured in the driveway of Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch could be yours for £4,000 to £5,500
A Western Golf & Country golf cart featuring image of Jackson dressed as Peter Pan. Est £3,000 - £4,500
Custom-made robotic Michael Jackson head. Est £1,500 - £2,000. Gold painted sculpture of Jackson in Thriller era. Est £75 - £100
A framed charcoal drawing of Michael Jackson dancing should fetch £3,000 to £5,000, while this painting featuring popular figures wearing Jackson's trademark sunglasses and glove should go for £750 - £1,500
1984 American Music Award won by Jackson for Thriller should go for £3,000 - £4,000, while this basketball signed by Michael Jordan could fetch £600 to £1,000
And then there are the outfits, covered in rhinestones and crystals: 1984 Victory tour jacket. Est £1,500 - £3,000. 1984 Victory tour jacket. Est £1,500 - £3,000
1980s costume jacket. Est £3,000 - £4,500. Black velvet jacket with signature red armband. Est £1,500 - £2,000
1984 Victory Tour jacket. Est £750 - £1,500. Glove covered in orange Swarovski crystals. Est £750 - £1,000
This velvet costume cape could be yours for as little as £200, while you could own this Katherine Baumann crown for £600 to £900
Accessories worn in 1998 film Moonwalker. Est £750 - £1,000. 1997 Ghosts lifemasks. Est £350 - £500
This vintage rhinestone necklace and these military-style epaulettes from the 1988 Moonwalker movie are both estimated at £55 - £90.
Small scale model of gun turret used in Moonwalker movie. Est £600 - £900
Bronze Michael Jackson sculptures 1996. Est £600 - £900
Mannequin wearing full British military LifeGuards uniform. Est £1,000 - £1,500. Lifesize figure of a butler. Est £200 - £350. Lifesize figure of a butler. Est £200 - £350
Sega Star Wars Racer standard mini deluxe cabinet style. Est £1,500 - £2,000. Automatic Toys Modena, Little Red Corvette and Gilbarco fuel pump. Est £1,500 - £2,000
This fire engine tea kettle could fetch £75 - £150, while these Buccelati mushroom-shaped salt and pepper shakers are expected to fetch up to £450