One of Michael Jackson's trademark white rhinestone gloves is up for auction at the Nate D. Sanders auction house, but fans will have to bid at least $20,000 for it.

The glove was worn by the King of Pop around 1984 and was a gift to his personal artist Paul Bedard, who created more than a dozen paintings of Jackson's home, Neverland Ranch, and famous figures like George Washington and Mona Lisa wearing the glove, reported Business Insider. In addition to the glove, the winning bidder will also receive a photo of Bedard wearing the glove, some art he created for Jackson and an official declaration stating the glove's authenticity.

If the $20,000 price tag is too much, one of the jackets Jackson wore in the "Bad" music video and on the "Bad" album cover is up for grabs at the slightly cheaper starting bid of $10,000.

The glove and jacket may seem like a lot of money, but they are nothing compared to the $350,000 price tag another Jackson glove fetched in 2009, just months after his death.

The auction for both the glove and the jacket ends July 30 at 5 p.m. PST.