With the sudden and very shocking death of music legend, Michel Jackson, it’s no surprise to see “fans” unloading anything and everything they can get a hold of on eBay. Currently, there are 20 different auctions with an asking price of $10,000 dollars or more.
Perhaps the most ridiculous comes from eBay member “pelazg” who is attempting to sell the domain name, ‘michaeljosephjackson1958-2009.com’. Not only is that long, ridiculous domain name completely worthless, he somehow thinks he can get half a million dollars for it.
Another Jackson fan is trying to unload an old, beat-up gold record of Jackson’s which is not even signed. The asking price? Oh, only $150,000 dollars. One eBay member with a zero feedback rating wants $100,000 for a signed and framed photo which has “been in his collection” for ten years. Great time to unload.
Realistically, if you’d like a Michael Jackson autograph you are likely going to have to shell out between $2,000-$5,000 thousand dollars, depending on the item. A ‘Bad’ album signed by the late ‘King of Pop’ sold for just under $2,000 dollars recently. There are quite a few signed guitars going for much more.
Michael Jackson has no relics or autographs in any trading card set.