Michael Jackson Auction: King of Pop’s Private Possessions Go Under the Hammer [Video]

Michael Jackson’s private possessions from the rented mansion where he died in June, 2009, are currently being auctioned off by Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills. All of the furnishings, minus Michael Jackson’s death bed, are being put up for sale.

Julien’s Auction House has recreated several rooms from Jackson’s mansions, giving Michael Jackson fans a unique auction experience.

Jamie Khawaja told Sky News:

“We want people when they come and see all this beautiful stuff that was in his last home just to be embraced by his spirit. Especially during the holidays, it is all about love and friendship and coming together and that is what he was all about so we did all this for him and we had a great time doing it.”

The Michael Jackson auction includes nearly 600 items up for sale. Darren Julien, of Julien’s Auctions, said that antique furniture, signed mirrors, paintings, and Michael Jackson’s piano will be going up for auction.

Julien said:

“The pieces that are really going to sell for a lot are the items that can be identified as being associated with Michael Jackson, like the armoire from his private bedroom… He wrote on the mirror so when Michael would see himself in the mirror he could see the notes he made to encourage himself to perform.”

Here’s a video about the Michael Jackson auction.

Would you want to own a piece of 100 North Carolwood Drive? Michael Jackson’s Auction goes live in a few minutes. You can bid here.