Extremely Low Mintage of only 250 3-coin. Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Woodstock. Charlie Brown, (1) Snoopy and (1) Woodstock rounds.
Each round is 1 oz. Total 3 x 1 oz silver. Each colorized and shaped in 1 oz Silver stand within a beautiful acrylic display showcasing a background illustration from the popular Peanuts comic.Brand New in Original mint condition. Comes with box and COA. Any such charges are the responsibility of the. Only 250 Limited edition sets. Each piece has a limited mintage of only 999. Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Woodstock each colorized and shaped in 1 oz Silver stand within a beautiful acrylic display showcasing a background illustration from the popular Peanuts® comic. Peanuts® Shaped Silver Character Pieces. These unique Silver pieces capture the charm of each character from the beloved comic series in a single set with beautiful acrylic display!
Charlie Brown's awkwardness and portrayal as the "lovable loser" archetype was modeled after Charles Schulz's own personality, according to the creator himself. Schulz said of Charlie Brown that he must be the one who suffers because he is a caricature of the average person. Most of us are much more acquainted with losing than winning. But despite his frequent failings and uncertainty, he always persists to achieve moments of great success. Snoopy is depicted wearing a confident smile while walking upright on two legs.The bipedal beagle is noted for having an imagination that leads him to roleplay as various alter egos, from a college student to a World War I flying ace and beyond. Unable to verbally communicate, Snoopy is nevertheless very expressive in thought bubbles, moans, laughter, sobs, growls and the facial expressions to match. Woodstock has been Snoopy's best friend since April 4, 1967. It was Woodstock's mother who first laid her eggs in a nest built on Snoopy's tummy while he lay atop his doghouse in the March 3, 1966 issue of the Peanuts® comic strip.
After this, she flew away and her eggs hatched. Eventually, in the June 22, 1970 issue of the comic strip, we finally learned that the bird's name was Woodstock, taken by Charles M. Schulz from the music festival that had occurred nearly a year before. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Coins".
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