Never before seen 3D slides of an Elvis Presley concert are set to sell for an amazing $50,000 at auction. The pictures from a 1971 Presley concert in Las Vegas headline an amazing sale of celebrity music memorabilia. Also up for sale is a string of Michael Jackson collectibles. They include the manuscript for ‘Billie Jean’ hand written in black marker on six sheets of paper, which could fetch up to $40,000. There are also complete handwritten lyrics to 1985′s ‘We Are The World’ written by Jackson on a promotional poster for the Bad album. It is expected to sell for up to $40,000. A shiny orange jumpsuit worn by Jackson during the 1984 Victory Tour, the final ever tour by The Jacksons, could sell for up to $25,000. There is also a large white hotel napkin that Jackson signed “I love this city very much, all my Love to all of you, I’m going to sleep now, I love you, Michael Jackson.” Jackson signed the napkin in May 2000 and threw it down to fans from his balcony at London’s Dorchester Hotel. It could sell for up to $11,000.