Jackson sales; death headboard out, concert footage in


LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The headboard from Michael Jackson’s deathbed was withdrawn from auction on Tuesday at the request of the singer’s family. But previously unseen footage of the King of Pop’s 1993 concert tour is up for sale in London this month, and auctioneers say it could fetch up to $6 million. The London-based Fame Bureau is selling the concert footage, filmed during Jackson’s “Dangerous” tour in 1993 at a stop in Argentina, on November 26. If the film meets expectations, it would become among the top prices ever paid for any pop culture memorabilia at auction. …

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