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Signed Memorabilia Michael Jackson


Signed Memorabilia Michael Jackson


Michael Jackson Early Years

Michael Jackson Early Years

It is a very sad day. I woke this morning to the sad news of the untimely death of Michael Jackson “The Undisputed King of Pop”
What will happen to the value of Michael Jackson signed memorabilia and other artefacts now that he is no longer with us? Well they can only go up in value and in many cases by huge amounts. He can’t sign anymore so what is out there is all that there is of Michael Jackson memorabilia however I am sure if you go to eBay and similar sites you will find over the coming weeks and months that loads of new Michael Jackson signed memorabilia will be appearing. Beware as 80% of autographs on eBay are thought to be FAKE and there will no doubt be loads of opportunists out there trying to make a quick buck.

If you want to own a piece of Michael make sure that you go to a reputable dealer with a good reputation. If they don’t show all their contact details and you buy a fake how will you get your money back? Check the supplier out thoroughly and don’t get caught in a scam.
If your gut feeling is that it is not real then don’t buy it!

Michael Jackson signed Thriller album

Michael Jackson signed Thriller album


Thousands of the public will be very disappointed having bought tickets for his planned tour and now they will be unable to see Michael Jackson in concert. Well, I am sure that they will be able to get their money back from the organisers but maybe the ticket if not returned could be a better long term investment. This all depends on what the organisers do with the returned tickets. If they are shredded then the few that are not sent back could be worth a lot more to a collector than the face value. I know what I would be doing if I had a ticket, sadly though I thought he would never perform the concerts so consequently I did not bother to purchase any.

By the way if you are in the future you are offered a ticket from this tour and it is signed by the man himself, it will definitely be a FAKE autograph. It is sure to happen and someone will buy.

Jeff Davis – Autograph Expert

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  1. dean
    July 8th, 2009 at 20:40 | #1

    @jeffd
    i have a hand written letter that m.j throw over the top of the dorchester hotel it was written on a napkin and the message read i love you all very much im feeling better now thank you for your compassion m.j i was in the news pappers the letter was 1992 he cancelled his last concert date for the dangerous tour and this was a letter to his fans i have the newspaper clipping originals so i can prove its real how do i get a rough price of its worth or where can i sell it thanks

  2. jm
    July 9th, 2009 at 01:27 | #2

    if anyone wants to sell any items feel free to contact me at mitchellsgolfstore at hotmail com im looking to buy 1 or 2 signed items so let me know
    thanks

  3. Kal
    July 9th, 2009 at 18:55 | #3

    I have a 12″ Man In The Mirror single signed by MJ and I had it framed…at the time of buying I paid £175 for it…it was advertised in a well known music magazine here in Britain called ‘Record Collector’ and had stated that it was brought from an auction house…

    So since this was published in a reputable magazine does my autograph have some real value to it? and how much would it be worth now?

  4. jeffd
    July 10th, 2009 at 07:54 | #4

    Hi Kal, its hard to say what its worth at the moment as the market is flooded with Michael Jackson memorabilia. Hang on to it for as long as yo can and then get it valued@Kal

  5. jeffd
    July 10th, 2009 at 09:10 | #5

    @dean
    The newspaper clipings are not enough proof. You will need to get a proper authentification of the article and I would suggest taking it to Frasers in the Strand as a good starting point. They will also value it for you.

  6. Alison
    July 11th, 2009 at 18:20 | #6

    I have a Jackson’s Victory Tour 1984 progamme how much is it worth

  7. jeffd
    July 13th, 2009 at 09:26 | #7

    Hi Alison To be honest, I have no idea to its value@Alison

  8. jm
    August 4th, 2009 at 09:51 | #8

    @dean
    Dean email me at my address I may be interested

  9. Simon
    November 19th, 2009 at 13:37 | #9

    I have a signed Michael jackson picture which is stunning all framed cost me over £1000 but I may be looking to sell it if anyone is interested i also have the tickets from the show i was meant to go to that i may sell as well.

    tollesburyking@hotmail.com – contact me if intetested

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