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Jacko Junk Revealed!

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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The news broke late last week that attorneys for Michael Jackson have reached an agreement with a New Jersey man who has a warehouse full of 20,000 pieces of Jackson memorabilia (allegedly $50 million worth). Per the agreement, the junk will be auctioned off from May 30 to 31 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. Defamer picks up on the story, mentioning that items include "the singer's platinum award for the single 'Rock With You,' his black silk jacket with gold sequined epaulets, and a 1987 contract for the purchase of the Santa Barbara County, California, ranch Jackson renamed Neverland ... Also included is a sketch of a young boy signed by Michael Jackson and dated 1994 ..."

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Which reminds us: Radar got a sneak peek at one of the Jersey treasures (as well as some other telling correspondence) for our Summer 2005 issue: a copy of the Jackson house rules for members of the Rubberhead Club, a group made up primarily of young boys who visited Jackson's Neverland Ranch. The young boy sketch, the Rubberhead rules, and a few other oddball odds and ends after the jump ...

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