Julien's Auctions will sell to the highest bidder PhotoVOs from Michael Jackson's infamous Neverland Ranch from April 22 to 25, including this portrait of Jackson dressed as a king, which can be yours for the low, low price of $4,000 – $6,000.
These socks, from Michael's 1981 Triumph Tour with the Jacksons, offer proof that even the King of Pop's undergarments came replete with sparkles. However, at a Guide Price of $600 to $800, this kind of blingy foot comfort doesn't come free.
For a mere $1,000-$2,000, you could be the proud owner of this one-of-a-kind oil painting bearing the shaded-and-gloved visages of the world's most important historical figures.
We bet you never would have guessed that Michael designed the interior of his Rolls Royce limousine all by himself. This kind of great taste will set you back a cool $140,000 to $160,000.
For $4,000 to $6,000, you could be tooling around town in this electric cart featuring a custom detailed hood with an awesome airbrushed painting of MJ as Peter Pan. Never say Neverland!
You could own one of Jackson's many MTV Moon Men (he was awarded this one for Best Group Video, "USA for Africa", in 1985) for only $6,000 to $8,000. Trust us: the ladies love these things.
We have no idea why Michael would have an interest in "Edward Scissorhands" (they have so little in common), but for $4,000 to $6,000, you could start your own hair salon with the actual scissorhand gloves that Johnny Depp wore in the film.
A fire engine tea kettle with moving wheels? We have no idea what this has to do with Michael Jackson, but it's supercute and, at $100 to $200, is relatively affordable.
For $2,000 to $3,000, you can actually buy the Michael Jackson robot face from the ending of "Moonwalker," which could make for some pretty awesome (and terrifying) party tricks.
This full-length red velvet cape has a detachable faux ermine collar, gold rope trim, a gold metal cross brooch with faux cabachon gems and satin lining – or, as MJ called it, "a bathrobe." It's priced to move at $300 to $500.