Micheal Jackson’s personal possessions are making their way to the auction block two years to the day he passed away.

Julien’s Auction House anticipates items such as the red and black jacket Jackson wore in the “Thriller” music video and the white Fedora hat he wore in the “Smooth Criminal” video, will be sold at 30 percent to 50 percent higher rates post death.

“Micheal Jackson has a global appeal like no other celebrity has,” said Martin Nolan from Julien’s Auctions.

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Other personal effects that will be sold over the weekend are a hand written sheet of “Beat It” lyrics, a self portrait by Jackson, the crystal shirt he wore to the Motown 25th Anniversary show, and the real-hair wig Jackson wore during his press conference to announce the “This Is It” tour.