A leather-based jacket worn by the late pop star Michael Jackson in an advert for Pepsi has offered for £250,000.
The jacket, worn by Jackson within the 1984 industrial, fetched the whopping six-figure sum at an public sale in London on Friday.
It had been estimated to promote for between £200,000 and £400,000.
It went below the hammer alongside memorabilia from a number of different late music superstars, together with George Michael and Amy Winehouse.
A jacket worn by Wham! star Michael within the music video I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me), alongside US singer Aretha Franklin, offered for £93,750, together with the client’s premium.
The La Rocka jacket, as it’s recognized, far exceeded expectations, having initially been listed as anticipating to promote for between £30,000 and £60,000.
Other closely-watched gadgets included a beehive hairpiece worn by Winehouse within the 2007 music video You Know I’m No Good from her final album Back to Black.
It offered for £18,750, together with the client’s premium.
It was estimated to go for between £15,000 and £30,000.
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More than 200 items of music memorabilia had been on sale on the four-day Propstore leisure public sale.
They additionally included gadgets from bands and singers resembling AC/DC, David Bowie, Queen, Oasis, Elvis Presley, Johnny Marr and The Beatles.