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CHARLES M. SCHULZ

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LARGE DRAWING OF SNOOPY ON HIS DOGHOUSE INSCRIBED BY CHARLES SCHULZ

SCHULZ, Charles M. Original large ink and watercolor drawing inscribed. No place, no date.

Original large ink and watercolor drawing of Snoopy laying on top of his doghouse in the sun, inscribed "For John Lebor with every best wish—Charles M. Schulz." $7800.

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WONDERFUL ORIGINAL SKETCH OF CHARLIE BROWN BLOWING OUT THE CANDLES ON HIS BIRTHDAY CAKE, INSCRIBED BY CHARLES SCHULZ

SCHULZ, Charles M. Original large sketch inscribed. No place, no date.

Original sketch of Charlie Brown blowing out the candles on his birthday cake, rendered in blue marker, inscribed in a speech bubble: "Happy Birthday, John!" and additionally signed by Charles Schulz. $6500.

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INSCRIBED BY CHARLES SCHULZ WITH AN ORIGINAL SKETCH OF SNOOPY IN HIS ICONIC AVIATOR GEAR

SCHULZ, Charles M. Snoopy and His Sopwith Camel. New York, 1969.

First edition of this book starring Snoopy as a World War I ace, inscribed: "For John— Charles M. Schulz," and with an original full-page portrait of Snoopy smiling and wearing goggles, a scarf, and a flight cap. $3200.

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CHARLES SCHULZ'S EARLY PEANUTS COMICS

(SCHULZ, Charles M.). Tip Top Comics Nos. 173, 184, 185, and 190. [Peanuts]. New York, 1952-55. Four issues.

First edition of these four early comic book appearances of the Peanuts Gang—including their first appearance in Tip Top Comics (No. 173) and their first Tip Top cover (No. 185). Rare. $2200.

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WARMLY INSCRIBED BY SCHULZ

SCHULZ, Charles M. You Don't Look 35, Charlie Brown! New York, 1985.

First edition, paperback issue, of this collection of autobiographical reminiscences, many of which inspired certain of the Peanuts comic strips, warmly inscribed by Schulz: "For Dorothea with best wishes—Charles M. Schulz." $1350.

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