Own a Snoopy from space


The Silver Snoopy

People regularly ask me to help promote their auctions of their Peanuts memorabilia, and I demur. I really don’t want to turn this blog into a bunch of adds for other people’s stuff. But in this case, I’m making an exception… because of what the item is.

You may know (particularly if you read my book, The Peanuts Collection) about how Snoopy is used as a symbol by NASA. You may even have heard about the Silver Snoopy pin, the award given to people who have given excellent support NASA’s space efforts. And what makes these pins particularly special is that each of them has been carried on a NASA mission. Now that’s pretty cool.

The auction I’m listing is forĀ a Silver Snoopy that went to the moon.

How often do you get a chance like that?

(Go ahead, bid if you want. You won’t be bidding against me; it starts at a couple thou, and that’s well outside my range.)


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