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    Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Snoopy and Schroeder Original Art (United Feature Syndicate, 1970). There are several of the Peanuts gang on this Sunday! Schroeder and his piano open it, and he is joined by Sally, Lucy, and Snoopy! And for once, it is not Lucy who gets "Dog Germs!" Created in ink over graphite on illustration board with an image area of 22.5" x 15.25". Signed in the last panel. There are some minor finger print ink smudges along the right side. The logo is a printed paste-up that has discolored. In Very Good condition.


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

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    September, 2021
    8th-12th Wednesday-Sunday
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