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Snoopy PatchOkay be truthful, you've actually tried to draw those wonderful Peanuts characters yourself, haven't you? Well, I certainlly can reflect back (I'm not telling how far back) to my childhood and remember sitting trying to draw Snoopy and Woodstock, well of course I never came close to the wonderful comic and cartoon creations by Charles Schulz. Charles Schulz began The Peanuts comic strip in 1950 and even after his death, the comic strip still appears in newpapers all over the world.

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Peanuts Collectors News

Good Price, Charlie Brown
A 1965 Peanuts Sunday comic page sold for an impressive $47,800—which should make periodically depressed Charlie Brown happy.

In this uproarious comic, outfielder Lucy Van Pelt wryly observes, "Make a guy a manager and right away he turns into a crabby old man." Charlie Brown and Lucy have brought a lot of the laughs to "the Great American Pastime." This strip has an image area of approximately 22.5" x 15.25".

Speaking of depression, Peanuts creator Charles Schulz was afflicted with manic depression. Charlie Brown provided an outlet for expressing his feelings. While often unhappy himself, Charles Schulz was still able to bring smiles and laughs to millions of people around the world.

(Photo, courtesy Heritage Auction Galleries, Dallas.)



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