Courtesy Photographer Michael Bush
  • MJ

    Jackson's use of Western style is evident in several pieces of clothing that he wore on tour, including these silver shoes that he also wore to the White House.
    Courtesy Photographer Michael Bush
  • MJ

    The famous gloves, a stylized belt with guitar buckle, and Western-style shirts are among the items on display.
    Courtesy Photographer Michael Bush
  • MJ

    Jackson died in June 2009 after a doctor administered a powerful anesthetic and other narcotics to help the pop superstar sleep. Jackson never woke up.
    Courtesy Photographer Michael Bush
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    The items at the Autry are from a private collection of Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush, who designed clothing for Jackson.
    Courtesy Photographer Michael Bush
  • Michael Jackson Auction

    A replica of the Castle of Pierrefonds in France. Auction estimate: $2,000 and $4,000.
    Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions, via AP
  • Michael Jackson Auction

    This photo released by Julien's Auctions shows "Prince, The Boy King", oil on linen, depicting a sleeping Prince Michael on a throne with attendants, signed lower left. David Nordahl (American, B. 1941) Auction Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000. The item is among many owned by Michael Jackson and being auctioned on the Auction Network on April 22- 25. A public exhibition of the items will be held at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills from April 14- 21.
    Shaan Kokin/Julien's Auctions, via AP
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