Michael Jackson's Worn and Signed Moccasins - Paris 1992
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Black Florsheim moccasins worn by late American legend Michael Jackson for the concerts held in Paris on the 31st leg in the first part of the Dangerous Tour 1992.
On September 13, 1992 the Vincennes Hippodrome in Paris hosted 85,000 people to celebrate the King of Pop. The Dangerous World Tour was the American singer-songwriter's second solo world tour, running from 1992 to 1993 to promote his eighth studio album Dangerous.
The tour kicked off in Munich, Germany, on June 27, 1992 with a crowd of 75,000, and then moved to the rest of Europe. With 9 concerts in 26 countries across Europe, Asia, South America and North America, playing to a total of 4 million concert-goers with ticket sales of 136 million dollars, the Dangerous Tour became the second most successful solo artist tour ever.
Michael Jackson has signed the soles of both shoes, making them a truly unique collector's item.
The shoes come with a Letter of Origin signed by Ms. Annette Leroy, Vice Director of Dior in the 1990s, certifying that the shoes were donated to her in person by Michael Jackson who she met at the concert in Paris when she was invited along with other Dior staff members. In addition to the letter is the VIP Backstage Pass that was given to Annette Leroy.
These shoes are unwashed and display evident signs of deterioration and dirt due to age, an aspect that in no way affects the value of the item.
Size US 9.5
- Certificate of authenticity included.
- In condition as donated.
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