Michael Jackson Collectibles

Michael Jackson Collectibles

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Since: Jun 13

Houston, TX

#1 Jun 19, 2013
Backstage Auctions currently has a 'Rock & Pop' auction going on that contains over 700 lots, including 18 that are dedicated to Michael Jackson. In addition to the highly collectible Steel Town Records 7" singles (in mint condition), there are several lots with fantastic (promotional) records. Equally impressive are the many lots with books, magazines and newspapers from around the world.

If interested, please have a look!

http://www.backstageauctions.com/catalog/mich...

Thanks!
Truth be Told

Mount Vernon, NY

#2 Jun 19, 2013
No thanks. I'd rather poke my eyes out.
Octopus

Astoria, NY

#3 Jun 19, 2013
What is so collectible about Wacko Jacko memorabilia? Go to any used CD store or fleamarket and you can still find plenty of dusty Wacko junk.

Worthless.
Truth be Told

Mount Vernon, NY

#4 Jun 19, 2013
No one buys his crap. It's junk. CD stores the few left, no mj. None played on radio. Walmart, 50 cent bin if you're lucky. Expect the nuts at Team Michael Jackson to freak out though. LMAO
Octopus

Astoria, NY

#5 Jun 20, 2013
Truth be Told wrote:
No one buys his crap. It's junk. CD stores the few left, no mj. None played on radio. Walmart, 50 cent bin if you're lucky. Expect the nuts at Team Michael Jackson to freak out though. LMAO
There is a little second hand rock and pop collector store a few miles from where I live. They sell CD's, Vinyl LP's, 45 rpm singles, old posters, books and other collectibles. The guy that runs it gets different things in all the time as he sells his current merchandise. He has some clown memorabilia that has been sitting there unsold since he got it in 2009. Nobody is buying it and it has a thick coat of dust on them. Go figure, huh? He has told me that Elvis and The Beatles are always his biggest sellers. As for Walmart, their CD section gets smaller and smaller every year. The newest rerelease of Jacko's "Bad" barely sold even at discounted prices and last I saw, they sat on the bottom shelves unsold. I see no posters or calenders of Michael Jackson anywhere near me. He is as dead as they get. In used CD shops, you get most of Jacko's entire catalog for $3 a piece. They can not even give the crap away, it just sits jammed packed in the bins...

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#6 Jun 20, 2013
musicman78 wrote:
Backstage Auctions currently has a 'Rock & Pop' auction going on that contains over 700 lots, including 18 that are dedicated to Michael Jackson. In addition to the highly collectible Steel Town Records 7" singles (in mint condition), there are several lots with fantastic (promotional) records. Equally impressive are the many lots with books, magazines and newspapers from around the world.
If interested, please have a look!
http://www.backstageauctions.com/catalog/mich...
Thanks!
I'm afraid to look. I might become sick by what the collection has, so I'll skip past your offer of a sneak peak. Does this include the polaroid photos he kept of his "special" friends? I imagine every pedophile around would trip over their feet to get to that collection.

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