‘Peanuts’ strip sells for $17K at auction
A 1983 Charles Schulz
Peanuts comic strip has sold for $17,080 at an entertainment memorabilia auction in Los Angeles, Bonhams & Butterfields said.
The pen and ink illustration, which shows Sally asking Charlie Brown to help her with a report on Charles Dickens, was the top-selling lot at Sunday’s auction, the memorabilia dealer said.
The comic strip had been expected to bring between $10,000 and 15,000.
The sale also featured rare photos of Marilyn Monroe, in addition to a contract she signed; the handbag Estelle Getty carried as her character Sophia on
The Golden Girls, as well as the Emmy and Golden Globe awards she won for the role; and costumes from the private collection of actress Debbie Reynolds. Original works from The Peter Golding Collection of Rock ‘n’ Roll Art were also sold at the auction.
It was a fun summer sale that showed the strength and continuing interest in animation, Hollywood and music memorabilia. We saw strong participation from around the globe, Margaret Barrett, department head of entertainment memorabilia at Bonhams & Butterfields, said in a statement.