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    Charles Schulz - Peanuts Daily Comic Strip Original Art, dated 6-8-72 (United Feature Syndicate, 1972). Marcie greeted Peppermint Patty warmly as "Sir" when the two girls met again, a year later, at their summer camp. Theirs was a unique friendship, and it became a mainstay in the later years of the strip. Charles Schulz once recalled, "Years ago, I developed the character Peppermint Patty because I happened to be walking through our living room. I saw a dish of Peppermint Patties and I thought that would make a good name for a character, so I drew a face to match the name. One day I sent her to camp and a little girl came into her tent one night and said, 'Sir, my stomach hurts.' That was Marcie. Now I think Marcie and Peppermint Patty are as much of the strip as any of the other characters." The image area of this daily is 27" x 5.5". Aside from a fold between panels two and three, and some mild paper aging, the condition of the art is Very Good. Charles Schulz inscribed and signed the art in the upper border, "For Gary with every best wish, Charles Schulz." Here's a chance to own an fantastic original featuring two of the beloved Peanuts girls!

    More information about Charles Schulz, also known as Schulz, Charles, Schulz, Charles Monroe.

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