Peanuts First Strip - 65th Anniversary Thimble

£7.95
In 1947, Charles Schulz was working as an art instructor and cartoonist when he began writing his own cartoon, ‘Li’l Folks, and in 1950, he sold it to United Feature Syndicate, which renamed the strip ‘Peanuts’, making its syndicated debut on 2 October, appearing in eight newspapers. The four-frame debut strip, called ‘Good Ol’ Charlie Brown,’ featured Charlie Brown skipping past Shermy and Patty, two characters who rarely appeared in later strips.

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In 1947, Charles Schulz was working as an art instructor and cartoonist when he began writing his own cartoon, ‘Li’l Folks, and in 1950, he sold it to United Feature Syndicate, which renamed the strip ‘Peanuts’, making its syndicated debut on 2 October, appearing in eight newspapers. The four-frame debut strip, called ‘Good Ol’ Charlie Brown,’ featured Charlie Brown skipping past Shermy and Patty, two characters who rarely appeared in later strips.