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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Following Michael Jackson's death June 25, 2009, fans now can buy commemorative merchandise to honor the late pop star. This photo released by Bravado shows sleep masks printed with an image of Jackson's eyes, an image that graced the cover of his eighth album, "Dangerous," released in 1991. Price: $25.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Jackson, 50, died from cardiac arrest only weeks before the scheduled kick-off of his London concert series. This red MJ bag is shown in an image released by Bravado.
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    The black collector's plate, available online, features a photo of Jackson performing his famous moonwalk dance move onstage. Jackson debuted the moonwalk in a 1983 performance of his song, "Billie Jean." Price: $30.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Online, fans can peruse items decorated with MJ's signature, picture and logo, like this pair of socks. Price: $20.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    This picture, released by Bravado, shows a corkscrew with the MJ gold logo that fans can buy online. Price: $27.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Jackson was known not only for his music, but his dancing as well. Jackson's footwork, as shown on this T-shirt, resonated among fans all over the world and inspired contemporary performers. Price: $30.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Jackson, who began his career in 1964 performing with his older brothers, had 13 number-one hits on the Billboard music charts. The image of these hooded sweatshirts, detailed with MJ's initials, is released by Bravado.
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    For fans who were heartbroken by Jackson's death, this take on the classic "I [Heart] N.Y." shirt may be a true symbol of dedication and enduring love. Price: $30.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Fans may no longer be able to see Jackson perform, but as a salute to the King of Pop and the tour that never was, this bright tee positions Jackson as music royalty.
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    The shirt pictured here was to be sold only on the first night of Jackson's concert series. It can now be purchased until midnight July 13, the day that Jackson would have opened his first of 50 shows at London's O2 arena. Price: $30.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    That doesn't look like the Jacko I know! If you didn't live through the '80s, this shirt may confuse you, but it does pay homage to the Jackson of old, the Jackson who helped build Motown and sported a trendy Afro. As a throwback to the good old days, this early '80s shirt reflects Jackson's musical history. Price: $30.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    The tour's official merchandise site features this and a number of other Jackson tribute belt buckles bearing the image of the legend himself. Whether it's his new looks or his old, true fans can always keep him close with his image around their waists. Price: $20.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Tickets sold at a rate of 40,000 an hour for Jackson's concert series, his first solo tour in 12 years. About $85 million worth of tickets were sold for the 50 shows Jackson was going to perform at the O2 arena in London. This red trucker hat, adorned with "This Is It," the title of the concert series, is being sold online. Price: $30.00
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    This jacket is similar to the red jacket Jackson wore in his 14-minute music video for "Thriller." The single became a number-one hit for Jackson and the jacket became one of the artist's most iconic outfits.
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Known as the King of Pop, Jackson had an illustrious career. His "Thriller" album is the best-selling album of all time, with more than 100 million copies sold. Pictured here are two ties dedicated to the King of Pop.
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    Although Jackson faced legal and financial troubles, he still retained a large fan base. MJ's signature is imprinted in the top corner of these sunglasses.
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    This tote takes on a design similar to the red leather military-style jackets that became a signature Jackson look in the 1980s. The singer famously wore a red, zipper-accented jacket in his 1982 music video for "Beat It."
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  • Michael Jackson Memorabilia

    This belt buckle, available in the online store, is decorated with the words "Who's Bad?"-- the name of the "ultimate" Michael Jackson tribute band. Price: $20.00
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