Michael Jackson's "Bad Tour" glove is seen during the preview day of the "Icons and Idols" auction at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, California.

*Items from the Michael Jackson’s stage wardrobe, including one of the King of Pop’s famous gloves, attracted furious bidding at an auction of celebrity memorabilia in Beverly Hills, reports the AP.

Julien’s Auctions says a lone glove worn by Jackson during the “Bad” tour in the late 1980s sold for $330,000 at the “Icons & Idols” auction Saturday night. A jacket signed by Jackson brought in $96,000 and a fedora he wore on stage went for $72,000 at the Julien’s Auctions event.

A Michael Jackson-signed "Beat It" jacket is shown during the preview day of the "Icons and Idols" auction.

Other highlights from the auction were an x-ray of Albert Einstein’s brain, which brought $38,750, and a pair of Marilyn Monroe’s empty prescription bottles sold for $18,750.

A military-style jacket worn by John Lennon for a 1966 Life Magazine photo shoot sold for $240,000.

Julien’s Auctions says the two-day event brought in more than $3 million.

Michael Jackson worn and signed black spat shoes are seen during the preview day of the "Icons and Idols" auction.

A costume made for Michael Jackson's pet chimp Bubbles is shown in this undated publicity photo for the "Icons & Idols" auction. Half the proceeds of the two-piece leather costume will go towards the care of Bubbles, now 26, who lives at a sanctuary in Florida.

The Icons and Idols sale on Dec 3 and 4 in Beverly Hills featured more than 650 lots of pop culture memorabilia.