Clark County Auction of Michael Jackson Memorabilia

Proxibid, the world’s largest provider of live auction webcasting services, today announced that Clark County Public Auction has selected the Company to provide live online bidding for an upcoming Michael Jackson memorabilia auction. The live auction is slated for Sunday, July 26 at Noon PDT, with live online bidding taking place at this time. Auction registration and pre-bidding are already available by visiting

Michael Jackson fans will not want to miss the opportunity to bid live online during this auction of Michael Jackson and Jackson Family memorabilia from a private collection. More than 250 lots of autographed photos and albums, costumes and drawings will cross the auction block during this live auction webcast. Additional items, including celebrity autographs and sports memorabilia such as a baseball autographed by Willie Mayes will be included in the auction.

“Michael Jackson fans from across the globe will not want to miss the chance to bid live online on the memorabilia available in this auction,” said Mario Trabado of Clark County Public Auction. “Whether you’re a serious collector or just want to own a small piece of history, this auction is for you. With so much to choose from, there’s something for every collector at the best prices available. Don’t let this auction pass you by!”

Featured items in this live auction webcast include:
• Lot 133: “Off The Wall” Presentation – Epic presentation of four platinum LPs, originally presented to Mayor Tom Bradley, 31″ x 25″
• Lot 135: Michael Jackson SIGNED Program – Full-color program from the Jackson’s 1984 Victory Tour, Signed by Michael Jackson himself. Excellent Condition, 11″ x 14″. Includes original invoice from Hard Rock Hotel Auction, where this same item sold for only $1,700.00.
• Lot 216: Michael Jackson Suede Jacket – Red suede jacket from Michael Jackson’s VIP Wardrobe trunk. Likely worn off-stage. Made by leather maker David Laurenz, made in USA, size small.

Other items crossing the auction block during this live auction webcast include performance outfits, personal jackets, legal paperwork, awards, personal notes, photo albums, blueprints to the Jackson Family’s Encino, CA home, and more. All of these items are believed to have once belonged to Tito Jackson.
For more information about this auction, to register to bid or to leave a pre-bid, please visit