(Credit: U.S. Marshals)

(Credit: U.S. Marshals)

(CBS) — The U.S. Marshals Service says it’s still trying to decide what to do with a dozen items once owned by former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. – including some apparently fake memorabilia.

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The plan had been to auction off those items, fur coats, capes and memorabilia.

But then came word from the federal marshals service that a guitar that was supposedly signed by Michael Jackson and Eddie Van Halen might not have been signed by them after all.

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So the auction was cancelled a month ago.

That auction would’ve helped pay down the three-quarters of a million dollars Jesse Jackson Jr. admitted he took from his campaign funds.

Jackson is expected to report to federal prison next month to begin his 2-and-a-half-year sentence.

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The Marshals Service says it’ll wait until next month to decide what to auction off – if anything – and any fakes, it may just destroy.