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Elvis Guitar, Jackson Glove Go For Big Money

Rock and roll, movie memorabilia move off auction block


A 1984 world tour jacket for US group The Jacksons, signed by Marlon, Michael, Jackie, Jermaine and Tito Jackson, right, and a jacket owned and worn by Michael Jackson, left, are displayed at the Idea Generation gallery in London, Monday, Oct. 5, 2009. The tour jacket is estimated at 8,000- 10,000 pounds (US$12,000-$15,000)  and Michael's jacket is estimated at 5,000- 7,5000 pounds (US$ 8,000-$12,000) they are part of a collection of rock memorabilia for sale in an online Fame Bureau auction on Oct.14. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

A 1984 world tour jacket for US group The Jacksons, signed by Marlon, Michael, Jackie, Jermaine and Tito Jackson, right, and a jacket owned and worn by Michael Jackson, left, are displayed at the Idea Generation gallery in London, Monday, Oct. 5, 2009. The tour jacket is estimated at 8,000- 10,000 pounds (US$12,000-$15,000) and Michael's jacket is estimated at 5,000- 7,5000 pounds (US$ 8,000-$12,000) they are part of a collection of rock memorabilia for sale in an online Fame Bureau auction on Oct.14. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

An illuminating glove worn by Michael Jackson during the 1984 Victory Tour has brought in $70,800 at an auction of entertainment memorabilia.

A bidder paid $106,200 for a Martin D-28 guitar played by Elvis Presley during his final Las Vegas peformance.


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They were among dozens of items from Hollywood and the music industry sold at an auction in Los Angeles by Profiles in History. The auction house says it sold about $5 million in memorabilia Thursday and Friday.

A bullwhip swung by Harrison Ford in “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” went for $56,050 and full-scale Velociraptor model from “Jurassic Park” brought in $76,700.

Copyright 2009 The Associated Press

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