1969 Vintage Peanuts Snoopy The Astronaut Doghouse Music Box By Schmid
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1969 Vintage Peanuts Snoopy The Astronaut Doghouse Music Box By Schmid:
Vintage PEANUTS Snoopy Music Box This sale is for a vintage PEANUTS music box featuring the beloved Snoopy The Astronaut. This piece is dated 1969, and has United Features Syndicate stamped on the bottom. This wooden music box features the adored Snoopy dressed as an astronaut and atop his dog house ready for take off. Snoopy is wearing a red cap with goggles, and has his space helmet on. He is wearing a gold pilot scarf and has an American Flag on his arm. He has his flight safety pack sitting behind him, and he is ready to go! When wound up, Snoopy's music box plays Fly Me To the Moon . The height of this piece is approximately 8.5", and the round base is about 5" in diameter. His scarf is worn and faded, the Flags on each side are faded, some paint flex and wear on the bottom and bottom edges. Mechanically this music box works in good condition.
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