Priceless: Michael Jackson’s auction catalog Rolls Royce Silver Seraph limo


Michael Jackson designed it himself, and it was part of the original Jackson auction catalog that was set to be sold in April.

But now Michael Jackson's stretched Rolls Royce Silver Seraph limo may be just about priceless.

The car was set to be auctioned in April as part of Julien's Auctions at the Beverley Hills Hilton, but because of a dispute the auction never took place.

Now Michael Jackson memorabilia has shot through the roof according to the Associated Press, and what's more precious than a Limo with an interior that was designed by the king of pop himself.


The AP reports that:

"The singer's death triggered a surge in the Jackson collectibles
market Friday, including newly minted items such as T-shirts hawked
online with "R.I.P." and "June 25, 2009" alongside his image. On Friday
afternoon, an Internet search for Jackson items turned up more than
24,000 offerings from auctions on several sites and fixed-price
"buy-it-now" sales.

In addition to surging volume, EBay reported
the average selling price for Jackson items jumped 31 percent on
Thursday from daily averages last week. Among the items up for sale
were a signed fedora hat, offered at $9,795."

So if Jackson's hat is valued at almost $10,000 what do you suppose his Rolls Royce Silver Seraph is worth?

The original auction catalog value of the limo was between $140,000 – $160,000.

Now: Priceless.