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    "The Flying Ace" Linus and Snoopy Limited Edition Lithograph #342/500 (Charles M. Schulz/United Feature Syndicate, 1993). In 1993, a series of four full-color Fine Art lithographs of classic Peanuts scenes was released. Each image was limited to only 500 pieces, and each one was hand-signed by Charles Schulz. They have been sold out for 25 years. This one features Linus and Snoopy in his most famous role, as the World War I Flying Ace, signed by Mr. Schulz in the lower right corner. This is one of the very few authorized Charles Schulz signed pieces ever formally released. Matted with an opening of 19" x 16", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 30.5" x 26.5". A Studio COA is on the back of the frame. Frame is sold as-is; lithograph is in Fine condition.

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    December, 2018
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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