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    Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Lucy and Linus Van Pelt Original Art dated 3-11-56 (United Feature Syndicate, 1956). Charles Schulz completely nails the sibling dynamic on this Sunday comic strip. Classic Peanuts and from a point where the characters, who started out just a few years before looking much younger, were starting to look like they would for the next four decades. Rendered in ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 22.5" x 15.25". The logo is a stat paste-up. Signed in the last panel. In Excellent condition.

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