Michael Jackson Glove Sold For $330,000 At Auction

A single-studded glove worn by the late Michael Jackson on his "Bad" tour in the late 1980's sold for $330,000 at an auction in Beverly Hills, California. The glove was the highest-priced product to sell at the auction.

Other Jackson paraphernalia was auctioned, including a signed Jackson jacket (sold for $96,000), a fedora he wore on stage (sold for $72,000), and a outfit made for Jackson's pet chimpanzee, Bubbles.

Jackson's gloves are known to be auctioned off at high prices. Last year, a glove Jackson wore during his "Moonwalk" performance in 1983 fetched $350,000, and a glove thrown by Jackson to an Australian fan during a 1996 performance sold for almost $50,000.

The Icons and Idols sale, organized by Julien's Auctions, raised more than $700,000 at the event.

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