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Several of the items bear personal inscriptions, which TMZ has revealed in a series of photos. A bedroom armoire mirror reads "TRAIN, perfection, March April. FULL OUT May," which a rep for Julien's Auctions claims is a motivational message from the months leading up to MJ's ill-fated This Is It Tour.
A chalkboard from the King of Pop's kitchen features a heartrending message in a child's scrawl, "I (heart) Daddy. SMILE, it's for free."
While the messages were likely not intended for public viewing, the items will be sold at auction on Dec. 17, as is. A public viewing will be held at Julien's gallery, from Dec. 12-17. For more info, click here.