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    Peanuts - It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown Snoopy as Sherlock Holmes Production Cel (Bill Melendez, 1974). Sherlock Snoopy is on the case when Woodstock's nest goes missing, in this superb original hand-painted production cel. This was the eleventh Prime Time Charlie Brown Peanuts animated TV special, which premiered on 2/1/74, over 40 years ago. Great full-figure image of Snoopy, measuring 4". Cel is on a print background and has a studio seal. Cel is matted with an opening of 12" x 8", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 18" x 15". A studio COA is on back of the frame, hand-signed by Bill Melendez (1916-2008). He produced this Charles Schulz Peanuts special as well as provided voices for both Woodstock and Snoopy. Very Good condition.

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    December, 2018
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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