Michael Jackson’s iconic illuminating glove worn on stage during The Jackson’s Victory Tour
Start Price:60,000.00 USD
Estimated At:60,000.00 - 80,000.00 USD
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SOLD at 2009 Oct 09 @ 12:20UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Michael Jackson’s iconic illuminating white glove adorned with crystals from his “Suit of Lights” worn on stage during The Jackson’s Victory Tour. The glove was specially designed by Ted Shell of Ted Shell Designs in 1984 and is emblazoned with bugle beads and Austrian crystal rhinestones and fitted with 50 small lights powered by a single 9v battery placed in the cuff of the glove. The glass light bulbs were wired on separate circuits making them twinkle at random for added visual impact on stage. There were only two of the illuminating gloves made for use by Michael Jackson on The Victory Tour and Michael gifted this glove to Ted Shell in 1986. The glove is accompanied with a signed letter of authenticity by Shell as well as a signed letter by Judie Mallen of L.A. Marquee Special Lighting Effects who installed the lights in the glove for the tour. In addition, comes with a Photostat of the Ted Shell costume design for Michael’s “Suit of Lights” inscribed by Michael, “To Ted a great job Michael Jackson 1998”. The single most iconic piece of Michael Jackson stage-worn memorabilia in the world. From the collection of John Tysseling. Includes LOAs from Ted Shell and L.A. Marquee.