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    Charles Schulz Peanuts Daily Strip Original Art dated 12-3-57 (United Feature Syndicate, 1957). This one really gives us the essence of Charlie Brown in a typically painful-but-funny moment. You know you've got a strip from the first decade if Violet appears in it; she was of course phased out in later years. This piece has an image area of 27" x 5.5". Other than the usual fold in the middle and some smudging, average handling wear is the only condition issue. Very Good condition.

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

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    19th-21st Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 22
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