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- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- APMEXclusive® series.
- Limited mintage of only 2,000 rounds!
- Housed in TEP-RF-welded plastic polymer case (2 1/2" x 3 1/4"), protecting the round's finish along with included Charlie Brown style card.
- Obverse: Depicts a licensed image of Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace in a snowy scene on top of his dog house wearing aviator goggles and flight cap while carrying a large bag of gifts. Two little Woodstock bird helpers sit atop the bag wearing their Santa hats and tossing out presents. The scene is reminiscent of Santa and his elves riding Santa's sleigh. To the side is the Peanuts® Worldwide LLC copyright.
- Reverse: Displays the officially licensed Peanuts® logo along with the following characters from left to right: Pig-Pen, Schroeder, Franklin, Woodstock, Sally Brown, Charlie Brown, Lucy Van Pelt, Peppermint Patty and Marcie.
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Whether you are a collector, gift-giver or a Snoopy and Woodstock fan, these rounds make for a highly collectible gift! Add this Peanuts® Snoopy and Woodstock Christmas Colorized 1 oz Silver round to your cart today!
Snoopy & Woodstock Christmas
Ever since the debut of A Charlie Brown Christmas in 1965, people around the world have associated the nostalgic charm of Peanuts® with holiday cheer. At Christmastime, friends and family gather to bask in the warmth of each other's company. One of the greatest friendships in all of TV and comic strip history is between Snoopy and his yellow bird pal, Woodstock. Snoopy first met Woodstock's mother in the March 3, 1966 issue of the Peanuts® comic strip where she made her nest and laid two eggs on Snoopy's tummy as he lay on top of his doghouse. Later she flew away, and shortly afterward the eggs hatched. While one chick flew off, the other hung around Snoopy and returned in the April 4, 1967 issue. This little birdie first helped the Flying Ace as his mechanic, thus establishing his role as Snoopy's sidekick. It wasn't until the June 22, 1970 issue of the comic strip that we learned of the bird's name, which Charles M. Schulz chose after the music festival that had occurred nearly a year earlier. This unique Precious Metal round celebrates Snoopy and Woodstock's friendship as well as Christmas generosity, marked by Snoopy's likeness to Santa Claus. Give this round as a memorable keepsake to your friends and family to commemorate the Christmas holiday!
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