Peanuts Books:
Collectibles


Charles Schulz created some of the most popular characters of all time. Here are some of the products available through Amazon.com or their partners. This is not yet a complete list, but I'm adding products to the list daily. If you wish to purchase any of these items, click on either the title or the picture to be directed to Amazon.com. As a warning, I have put up pictures to give you somewhat an idea of the style of each product so the pages may load slowly, depending on the speed of your internet connection.

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Peanuts Collectibles: Identification & Value Guide

By Andrea Podley


Peanuts: Home Collection--A Collector's Guide to Identification and Value

By Freddi Margolin
The Peanuts Home Collection is a comprehensive collector's guide listing more than 2,000 Peanuts items with 1,200 photos, 200 in color. The book is uniquely organized by "room" with the collectibles described and depicted in chapters corresponding to rooms where they would logically be found: bedroom, bathroom, etc. Collectibles include lunch boxes, ceramic eggs, skateboards, and bubble bath.

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The Unauthorized Guide to Snoopy Collectibles: With Values

By Jan Lindenberger
The beagle came into the world on October, 1950, in a comic strip named "Peanuts," created by Charles Monroe Schultz. This illustrious beagle's name is, of course, Snoopy! The rest is history. This endearing character has found his way into the American heart and onto literally thousands of objects from greeting cards to stuffed animals, pajamas to tableware. He has also spawned a very large and dedicated group of collectors. This new book begins the process of documenting these objects, with color photographs, concise descriptions, and current values. It is an invaluable and eagerly awaited guide for collectors and all the fans of Snoopy.

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More Snoopy Collectibles: An Unauthorized Guide with Values

By Jan Lindenberger
That happy-go-lucky cartoon dog is back--in a bigger and better edition of an already great collector's guide. Boy's best friend Snoopy*r is collected by people around the world. From his joyous dance to his brave conflict with the Red Baron, he embodies what is best in the human spirit, and it's no wonder that collectors hold these images dear. Snoopy has appeared on thousands of items in the half-century since he was created by Charles M. Schulz in 1950. Here is Snoopy on household items, school supplies, books, clothing, sports, games, electronics, and more, all illustrated with over 710 color photographs. Concise captions and a brand new price guide make this a perfect book for all Snoopy fans.

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