Peanuts collectors have a lot of ways to find items they want to buy. Beyond the usual online auctions and listing sites, there are antique stores, flea markets and special collector only swap meets. There are a lot of ways for Peanuts collectors to find what they want. They know a good deal when they see one. The last thing you want to do is assume they will pay any price for anything Peanuts related.
If something was made in the last 10-15 years for the American market, I assume an American collector probably bought it new if they really had a strong desire to have it. Vintage decorative items tend to hold their value and sometimes go up. Vintage functional items tend to stay at regular market prices. Use the internet as a tool to determine the going price of similar items. Doing your research will ensure you’re asking a reasonable price for your collectible.
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