M.J. VICTORY TOUR STAGE WORN GLOVE
A custom-designed white cotton, right-hand glove completely covered in clear Swarovski loch rosen crystals. This crystal covered glove is one of the most recognized pieces of wardrobe in the history of pop culture. After Jackson's performance on the 1983 Motwown 25 television special, where he performed the moonwalk for the first time, the glove became one of the most iconic elements of Jackson's signature look. It was at this time that Jackson invested in five cutom created, hand-sewn gloves incorporating hundreds of Swarovski crystals. The gloves were commissioned for the Jackson's 1984 Victory tour where Michael performed in fifty-five concerts with his brothers. This is glove number five of the five that were produced for and worn by Michael Jackson during the Victory tour.
M.J. VICTORY TOUR STAGE WORN BEAT IT JACKET
Michael Jackson’s iconic ”Beat It” jacket, worn by Jackson during the 1988 Madison Square Gardens tour, and signed by the superstar. Red leather jacket with fine chain mail detailing to the shoulders is universally recognizable as the design worn by Jackson in the music video for ”Beat It.” The chart-topping single was responsible for launching the entire ”Thriller” record on a trajectory toward its ultimate position as the best-selling album of all time. Designed by J. Parks, Jackson wore the ”Beat It” jacket while performing in 1988. The jacket was worn by Michael Jackson throughout the Victory tour with the Jacksons which grossed a record seventy-five million dollars.
M.J. VICTORY TOUR STAGE WORN CRYSTAL SOCKS
A pair of acrylic tube socks custom designed with uppers covered in alternating rows of hand-sewn Swarovski crystals.
M.J. VICTORY TOUR STAGE WORN SIGNED LOAFERS
A pair of signed black leather penny loafers, by Florsheim and size 9 1/2. Clearly seen dance wear on the base of the shoe, signed boldly in silver paint pen on the left shoe.
M.J VICTORY TOUR STAGE WORN HAT
A Michael Jackson stage worn black fedora. The black fedora with black grosgrain ribbon is stamped on the interior hat band “Made Expressly for Michael Jackson” and “Design by Maddest Hatter Los Angeles.” Jackson wore the hat during a Victory Tour concert in Los Angeles 1984. Size 7 3/8.
VICTORY TOUR BAND STAGE WORN COSTUMES
A group of stage costumes worn by various members of the Jacksons' band from the 1984 Victory tour. Costumes include: a pair of green faux snakeskin pants with rhinestone studs worn by guitarist David Williams, a pair of black faux leather pants with rhinestone studs worn by keyboardist Jai Winding, a pair of black studded pants and a white net rhinestone studded top worn by keyboardist Pat Leonard, a two piece rhinestone studded zebra striped outfit and a blue spandex bodysuit top worn by guitarist Greg Wright together with a pair of black patent leather and rhinestone boots and two pairs of pants one red and jeweled at waist, the other black and white herringbone, worn by back up performers.
M.J. 'NEVERLAND RANCH' OSS SECURITY BADGE
This badge was created by Michael Jackson and given to his special security officers that protected the Neverland
Ranch. Jackson liked the look of the NYPD Leuitenants badge so his was designed to resemble it closely. There were two different badges created for his security team. The GOLDTONE was for Law enforcement officers (armed) and the SILVERTONE was created for his security Officers (unarmed). There were less than 50 of these badges ever made for Jackson’s security team over the years. The blue and gold metal badge which bears the words "Office of Special Services, OSS, Neverland" comes with the original black leather casing that bears a stamp with the same wording on the front. The OSS unit of armed Jackson Security guards was appoionted in 1994 at Neverland Ranch. Wallet 5 by 3 3/4 inches, Badge 1 3/4 by 1 3/4 inches