Auction house Nate Sanders is selling one of Micheal Jackson's sequined gloves at a starting bid of $20,000. In case you were wondering, it's the right one. (Sorry lefties.) Other gloves that worn by Jackson have gone for $350,000 in 2009, shortly after the pop star's death, and $160,000 in 2010.

The glove was given to artist Paul Bedard by Jackson, who was commissioned by the King of Pop to create dozens of paintings featuring historical figures and Jackson, all wearing shades and Jackson’s iconic glove. Bedard sold the glove to a private collection in 2005. The winning bidder will not only take home the glove, but also a typed declaration by Bedard announcing the glove’s authenticity, images of the art he created for Jackson, and a photo of Bedard wearing the glove.

Also up for grabs is a custom-made black jacket that was created as a prototype for Jackson to wear in the "Bad" music video and on the album cover of the same name.

Cover: Flicker


facts about Michael Jackson:

 In a 1997 interview with Barbara Walters, Jackson was asked why he only wears one glove. His answer? "Why one glove? Cooler than two."

  Jackson's "Thriller" jacket sold for $1.8 million at an auction to Milton Verret of Austin, Texas. 

 Jackson continues to dominate Forbes' Top-Earning Dead Celebrities list, pulling in $140 million last year.