Framed original twelve-panel Peanuts Sunday comic, featuring Peppermint Patty and Marcie discussing the lack of coverage of women's sports on television, signed with sentiment to LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) at upper left panel and again at lower right panel Charles M. Schulz (Charles Monroe Schulz, American, 1922-2000), dated 5-20 (May 20, 1990), copyright 1990 United Feature Syndicate, Inc., sight: approx 15 3/8"h, 23"w, overall: 19 5/8"h, 27.25"w, 6.25lbs **Provenance: presented to the Ladies Professional Golf Association on June 12, 1990, confirmed by the Charles M. Schulz Museum** Start Price: $5,000.00
9.19.23-In my opinion regarding LOT: 239- when the work was removed from the frame, we discovered that it is enclosed by the mat and the mat sealed, thus we do not know if the work is affixed to foam board, tipped or loose, I note only some minute spotting and small imperfections that are inherent to the artist creation process, such as draw lines, small smudges, etc. there are no noted rips or tears or major loss observed
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