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CHARLES M. SCHULZ

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VERY RARE MANUSCRIPT BOOKLET BY PEANUTS CREATOR CHARLES SCHULZ INTENDED AS A MOCK-UP FOR HOLT, RINEHART SALES MANAGER FRANK CLOSE, COMPRISING AN AUTOGRAPH NOTE AND A CAPTIONED ORIGINAL DRAWING OF SNOOPY AND HIS DOGHOUSE

SCHULZ, Charles M. Manuscript booklet containing autograph note and original drawing. No place, circa mid-1960s. Rare and wonderful mock-up manuscript booklet given by Charles Schulz to the sales manager at his publisher, Holt, Rhinehart, with an autograph note suggesting that his cartoon books be produced on the same stock and in the same size as the booklet and with an original drawing of Snoopy as an aviator, captioned on the facing page in the prospective text style. $6800.

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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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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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BLACK ARTIST MORRIE TURNER "BROKE THE COLOR BARRIER TWICE": FIRST EDITION OF NIPPER, INSCRIBED BY TURNER WITH ORIGINAL SKETCH BY HIM

TURNER, Morrie. Nipper. Philadelphia, 1970.

First edition of Turner's lively book about his pioneering Black cartoon figure, Nipper, the lead character of his Wee Pals comic strip, here capturing the joy of baseball, where Nipper's mishaps on the field prompt him to instead "study hard" and become "another Frederick A. Douglass," an exceptional presentation copy boldly inscribed on the half title by Turner in green ink, "To C—, C— and J— Morrie Turner," with his original sketch of Nipper, containing foreword by Turner's close friend and fellow cartoonist, Charles Schulz. $800.

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