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    Michael Jackson Signed Check for $1,500,000 (New York, 2001). An 8.5" x 3.5" Citibank check on the World Events LLC account signed "Michael Jackson" in bold, black felt-tip ink, countersigned by David Gest in blue ballpoint. Payable to Jackson's own company, MJJ Productions, for one-and-a-half million dollars, dated September 17, 2001. Attractively matted and framed with a color photo of Michael, and a plaque at the bottom stating the check was for the Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration performance held in September, 2001. Measures approximately 15" x 22.75". In Excellent condition. COA from Heritage Auctions. From the David Gest Memorabilia Archive.

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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