Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

Reference number:

12604
£650.00

Description:

An original 1987 Epic Records Frank M Dileo promotional photograph, clearly signed in red marker by Michael Jackson

Certification:

From Anthony G whose father was a police officer involved in UK Stadium security for Michael Jackson during the Bad tour July-August 1988. Includes typed covering letter from him confirming the history. "Bad" was the first solo concert tour by MJ, launched in support of his seventh studio album of the same name. Sponsored by Pepsi and spanning 16 months, the tour included 123 concerts to 4.4 million fans across 15 countries. It grossed a total of $125 million. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

25x20cm Photo

Condition:

Average. View Images. Minor dings and creases. Minor damage to top and bottom middle. Overall condition we would rate as 6.5/10. Signature quality / clarity 8.5/10

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Michael Jackson

MICHAEL JACKSON d2009. American singer nicknamed "the King of Pop", widely regarded to be one of the greatest and most influential entertainers of modern times. His achievements include ; thirteen Grammy Awards / thirteen No1 singles and his 1982 album "Thriller" is the biggest selling LP of all time. Other notable releases include ; "Off The Wall" (1979) / "Bad" (1987) / "Dangerous" (1991) and "History" (1995). It is estimated that to date he has sold over 800 million records worldwide. Michael Jackson made a unique contribution to music & dance after becoming a child star with The Jackson 5 during the 1960s. His ground-breaking dance routines including "The Robot & The Moonwalk" and his pioneering use of video to promote his music has set him apart from his contemporaries. His musical achievements, his huge fan-base, his colourful, controversial & often eccentric private life and the manner of his sad death on June 25th 2009 (aged just 50) will ensure his star will remain bright for many decades to come .....

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Michael Jackson

Reference number:

12627
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Description:

A very good original 1992 Dorchester Hotel London brochure, clearly signed in ink on the outer inside page by Michael Jackson

Certification:

Autograph was obtained by Jean D in the basement carpark of the Dorchester Hotel London. She was herself staying at the hotel in August 1992 during Michael Jackson's Dangerous tour. Includes a typed letter from her fully detailing the history. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

28x21cm Cardstock Hotel Brochure (16 pages)

Condition:

Average-Good. Brochure average condition. Autograph good & large. Signature clarity 8.5/10

Michael Jackson

Reference number:

4642
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Description:

Michael Jackson's own original UK Immigration landing card for July 11th 1988. The card is filled out in ink ; giving his name, date of birth, gender, nationality and his accomodation address (during his stay in the UK). The card is clearly signed in ink (close to the authorised signatory area) by Michael Jackson

A unique, quirky and exceptional piece of Michael Jackson memorabilia. A treasure for a serious fan or collector with investment potential

 

 

Certification:

Obtained at Heathrow Airport Terminal 2 on 11th July 1988 by the actual UK Immigration officer designated to deal with Lufthansa Flight 1612. Included is a letter from Michael Jacksons UK concert promoter to The Chief Immigration officer at Heathrow (dated 22nd June) requesting clearance for a VIP arrival. Additionally there is a detailed letter from the Immigration officer herself who dealt with his landing card clearances, giving her own special memories of the day she met Michael Jackson. She mentioned also that she can be seen as part of his entourage on Youtube videos after his plane had landed. We cannot be sure but believe the personal details filled out on the card were most likely written by a member of his management team. Michael Jackson began writing his signature on the wrong part of the Immigration Card and has completed the secondary part of it within the area marked "X", hence the irregularity of this example. Lois (a fan herself) also got her own Bad Tour concert ticket (No3489) signed by Michael on the same day (See Image. Code No4641 prevously sold). Bad was Michael Jackson's first solo world tour running between September 1987 to January 1989. It visited 15 countries (played 123 concerts in front of 4.5 million fans) and grossed $125 million dollars. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

15x10cm Sized Card

Condition:

Average-Good. View Images. There is a red stained area to the bottom right of the card and a dried out sellotape acid stain (probably from previous mounting) to the bottom left. Overall we would rate condition as 8/10.

Jackson 5

Reference number:

11002
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Description:

Three very desirable consecutive original vintage 1972 autograph book pages, clearly signed in ballpoints by Michael Jackson and four brothers Marlon / Jackie / Tito and Jermaine

INCLUDES original concert ticket for the Empire Liverpool on Saturday November 11th 1972 (Royal Circle Seat B46 Price £1.75)

The autographs are still in the autograph book along with the autographs of The Supremes on the reverse of the Jermaine page (See Image 3). The Supremes page is signed by Mary Wilson / Lynda Lawrence and Jean Terrell. (Collectors notation Southport March 16th 1973)

Certification:

The autographs were obtained by Carole D in her own autograph book when she attended the Jackson 5 concert at the Empire Theatre Liverpool on Saturday November 11th 1972. Includes her own concert ticket for the evening (See Image). Includes a handwritten letter from her fully detailing the history of the autographs. The "Mike" signature on the Marlon / Jackie & Tito page we believe is a rogue signature most likely written by Marlon attempting to sign for Michael without him realising that Michael had signed a previous page in the book. This 1972 tour was the first European tour by the Jackson 5 with Michael aged just 14. It broke previous attendance records set by the Beatles. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

14x10cm Sized Autograph book Pages

Condition:

Good. View Images. The autograph pages are still contained within her original autograph book. These pages could easily be removed in order to display the three autograph pages. 

Michael Jackson Bad

Reference number:

MJTK4
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Description:

An original 1988 Michael Jackson Bad tour programme with concert ticket for Aintree Liverpool on Sunday September 11th 1988 (Ticket No 024126 Price £16.50)

Certification:

NA

Size:

32x25cm Sized Programme (28 pages)

Condition:

Average-Good. View Images

Michael Jackson

Reference number:

10044
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Description:

A superb original 1987 Epic Records Frank M Dileo promotional photograph, clearly signed in red marker by Michael Jackson

INCLUDED ; A rare original Michael Jackson 1988 Bad Tour Barry Clayman concerts management tour itinerary booklet for the UK tour dates for August & September at Wembley / Leeds / Milton Keynes and Liverpool. This shows interesting production schedules for management and crew. 

Certification:

From a special autograph collection containing many music & entertainment notables of Reg M who was a celebrity chauffeur based around London during the 1970-90's. He worked with major UK promoters including Barry Clayman during the period. Many of the items include unique celebrity dedications and references to him in appreciation of his help. Reg worked on Michael Jackson's 1988 (Bad) / 1992 (Dangerous) and 1997 (History) tours. His MJ collection included ; three signed photographs / various MJ programmes / VIP passes / Royal Box pass / Canteen pass / Complimentary Ticket / Barry Clayman Management Bad Tour Itinerary booklet and personal photograph. All these items help to support the known provenance. View our item codes (10044 / 10045 & 10046) to see images of all the photos, programmes and passes. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

25x20cm Sized Photograph

Itinerary 20x15cm Size (65 pages)

Condition:

Very Good. View Images. Signed Photo is a 9/10.

Michael Jackson Bad

Reference number:

MKTK5
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Description:

An original 1988 Michael Jackson Bad tour programme with UN-USED concert ticket for Roundhay Park Leeds on Monday August 29th (Ticket No 000654 Price £16.50)

Certification:

NA

Size:

32x25cm Sized Programme (28 pages)

Condition:

Average-Good. View Image

Michael Jackson

Reference number:

10045
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Description:

A superb original 1987 Epic Records Frank M Dileo promotional photograph, clearly signed in red marker by Michael Jackson

INCLUDED ; A rare original Michael Jackson 1988 Bad Tour Barry Clayman concerts VIP Guest Pass laminate for Wembley Stadium on July 14th 1988

Certification:

From a special autograph collection containing many music & entertainment notables of Reg M who was a celebrity chauffeur based around London during the 1970-90's. He worked with major UK promoters including Barry Clayman during the period. Many of the items include unique celebrity dedications and references to him in appreciation of his help. Reg worked on Michael Jackson's 1988 (Bad) / 1992 (Dangerous) and 1997 (History) tours. His MJ collection included ; three signed photographs / various MJ programmes / VIP passes / Royal Box pass / Canteen pass / Complimentary Ticket / Barry Clayman Management Bad Tour Itinerary booklet and personal photograph. All these items help to support the known provenance. View our item codes (10044 / 10045 & 10046) to see images of all the photos, programmes and passes. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

25x20cm Sized Photograph 

Pass 11x9cm Size

Condition:

Very Good. View Images. Photo is a 9/10

Michael Jackson Dangerous

Reference number:

MJTK3
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Description:

An original 1992 Michael Jackson Dangerous European Tour programme

Certification:

NA

Size:

30x21cm Sized Programme (20 pages)

Condition:

Good. View Image

Michael Jackson

Reference number:

10046
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Description:

A superb original 1987 Epic Records Frank M Dileo promotional photograph, clearly signed in red marker by Michael Jackson

INCLUDED ; A rare original Michael Jackson 1988 Bad Tour concert programme with original concert ticket (marked Complimentary) for Wembley Stadium on Saturday July 23rd 1988. PLUS stuck on the rear cover of the programme two original passes for the same date for Crew and Royal Box

Certification:

From a special autograph collection containing many music & entertainment notables of Reg M who was a celebrity chauffeur based around London during the 1970-90's. He worked with major UK promoters including Barry Clayman during the period. Many of the items include unique celebrity dedications and references to him in appreciation of his help. Reg worked on Michael Jackson's 1988 (Bad) / 1992 (Dangerous) and 1997 (History) tours. His MJ collection included ; three signed photographs / various MJ programmes / VIP passes / Royal Box pass / Canteen pass / Complimentary Ticket / Barry Clayman Management Bad Tour Itinerary booklet and personal photograph. All these items help to support the known provenance. View our item codes (10044 / 10045 & 10046) to see images of all the photos, programmes and passes. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

25x20cm Sized Photograph

33x25cm Sized Programme 

8.5x8.5cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Very Good. View Images. Signed photo is a 9/10. Programme is a little tatty maybe a 6/10.

Michael Jackson Dangerous

Reference number:

MJTK2
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Description:

An original 1992 Michael Jackson Dangerous Tour programme with PAIR of original tickets stubs for Wembley Stadium on Friday August 21st 1992 (Price £22.50. Block 202 Row 7 Seats 72 & 73)

PLUS the programme has a rare original Banquet Hall pass stuck on the inside cover page

Certification:

NA

Size:

35x30cm Sized Programme

11x10cm Sized Ticket Stubs

Condition:

Good. View Images

Michael Jackson History

Reference number:

MJTK1
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Description:

An original Michael Jackson Concert Programme & Ticket Stub for the History Tour at Wembley Stadium on Thursday 17th July 1997.

GENERAL ADMISSION No009194. PRICE £26.75

Certification:

NA

Size:

35x30cm Sized Programme

11x10cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Good. View Images

Jackson Five

Reference number:

8623
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Description:

A good pair of original consecutive 1979 autograph book pages, clearly signed by Michael Jackson (love to Jennifer 1979) and three of his brothers ; Randy Jackson / Jackie Jackson and Tito Jackson.

Double mounted for fine display with original sheet music and 7in vinyl record to "Blame It On The Boogie".

 

Certification:

Obtained by an employee of Manchester Airport for his daughter Jennifer in 1979. There is a letter from Jennifer included in the sale detailing the history, plus the original autograph book the pages were removed from. The Jacksons played the Apollo Manchester during their Destiny Tour on February 17th 1979, so that is the likely actual place and date of signing for these autographs. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

11x9cm Sized Autograph Book Pages

22x14in >> Acid Free Mount >> Unframed

Condition:

Good. View Images. Image of mount taken with an Iphone hence slightly poorer quality picture.

Michael Jackson

Reference number:

4641
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Description:

An original 1988 Bad Tour concert ticket (for Wembley Stadium Saturday July 16th 1988), clearly signed on the reverse in ballpoint by Michael Jackson.

 

Certification:

Obtained at Heathrow Airport Terminal 2 on 11th July 1988 by the actual UK Immigration officer designated to deal with Lufthansa Flight 1612. Included is a letter from Michael Jacksons UK concert promoter to The Chief Immigration officer at Heathrow dated 22nd June detailing a VIP arrival and requesting clearance. Additionally there is a lovely letter from the Immigration officer herself who dealt with his actual landing card clearances , it details her own special memories of the day meeting Michael Jackson. She was a fan herself and already had her own ticket to attend his concert at Wembley on July 16th 1988 . She managed to get this (her own ticket) signed when she attended him through the airport ; this was nearly a week before the concert itself , she remembers being paranoid not to get her autographed ticket torn by the ticket checker at the stadium. The Bad Tour was Michael Jacksons first solo world tour running from September 1987 to January 1989. It visited 15 countries , 123 concerts , playing to 4.5 million people and grossing $125 million. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

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