Michael Jackson’s dad’s dentures were last night being auctioned off, with bids starting at just £200.

Las Vegas’s Memorabilia Expert store has the gnashers controversial music manager Joe Jackson sported in his final years.

The unusual lot was offered up by Michael’s cousin and Joe’s niece Marsha Stewart, who cared for him. They were among 60 items for sale from Joe’s collection including slippers, a silver Zac Posen jacket and signed photos.

Memorabilia Expert boss Kieta, who goes by just one name, said: “I am not sure anyone is going to use them, but this item is a rare part of music history just like Joe’s smile.

"We knew that famous smile. It’s actually the most personal item you can get. It is something for someone that thought they had just about everything in their collection.

Joe Jackson’s Dentures

“Or... the ultimate gift for the dentist in your family.”

This is not the only unusual item connecting the the late King of Pop which has recently been put up for sale by his Michael's cousin Marsha.

A blood stained IV drip used to administer drugs from Jackson's bedroom during his final days alive is also going to be auctioned off.

In a shocking decision his cousin Marsha has also put the item up for sale in what appears to be an attempt to cash in and drain every last bit of income from the global singing star.

Las Vegas' Memorabilia Expert team hopes to get at least $2500 for the fluid bag, which was used by Jackson and administered by Doctor Conrad Murray in June 2009 during his daily drug intakes of Propofol.

The IV drip used by Michael Jackson just before he died is being auctioned off

Marsha admits that she took the bag from Jackson’s bedroom days after his death in 2009 during a visit with Joe.

She claims that “Michael’s DNA” remains on it as there are traces of bloodstains in the plastic tubes.

She also claims that the IV is the “last one he had in his arm when he died” - although it is understood LAPD detectives removed medical equipment from the crime scene hours after MJ passed away on June 25th, 2009.