It was only a few days ago that Dr. Conrad Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson and incidentally (or not, depending on who you ask), Julian Auctions soon after announced that it will be holding a live auction on December 17 to sell many of MJ's belongings. Serious buyers, fans, and the curious can expect to see many items up for grabs that the superstar used in the Holmby HIlls mcmansion he was leasing when he died.
Some auction items that will surely draw attention include fine art with some estimated to be valued at $30,000, antique furniture, a Victorian Revival Style armoire valued at $8,000, modern furniture, rugs, and a chalkboard that retains a note from one of Jackson's children, an item that is expected to fetch $400. In a morbid twist of the auction block, the very queen size bed where Jackson passed will be for sale too.
Those wanting to take home something well, bigger, have the option of buying the gigantic seven bedroom Holmby Hills estate, Jackson's last home, which is still for sale for an undisclosed amount. Click here to see photos of the home.