Antique Snoopy Toys

This lovable dog from the Peanuts comic strip has been running in newspapers since October, 1950 when it was developed by Charles Schulz. For years Snoopy was a popular comic strip, which grew to include movies and television shows, with one of the most famous being A Charlie Brown Christmas.


Vintage 14" BASSETT HOUND Snoopy Dog PULL STRING Walking TOY Works
Vintage 14" BASSETT HOUND Snoopy Dog PULL STRING Walking TOY Works
$14.99
snoopy and his sopwith camel
snoopy and his sopwith camel
$38.00
Snoopy Collectible Toys - Mixed Lot of 4 items
Snoopy Collectible Toys - Mixed Lot of 4 items
$10.99
Unused Golden 1987 Snoopy and Friends Paint with Water
Unused Golden 1987 Snoopy and Friends Paint with Water
$5.99
Vintage Peanuts Snoopy & The Smurfs Doll Clothes Santa Suit Pjs Workout Suit
Vintage Peanuts Snoopy & The Smurfs Doll Clothes Santa Suit Pjs Workout Suit
$4.99
Clear Plastic Lucite Snoopy and Elephant Figurines from the 1960s
Clear Plastic Lucite Snoopy and Elephant Figurines from the 1960s
$8.00

The Snoopy character could be found in many incarnations including a WWI Flying Ace where he put on goggles and scarf and fight the Red Baron. Other times he would be dressed as Joe Cool with dark sunglasses, a hockey player, lawyer, figure skater, grocery clerk, flash dancer and even an astronaut. Apart from these more interesting roles, Snoopy also plays the shortstop for Charlie's little league games and is a scout leader. Whatever the case, Snoopy always returned to his dog house which was lavishly appointed for a dog house. One theme that seems to be shown over and over is his love for flying and his image has been used in an official capacity for the U.S Air Force, NASA, and the U.S. Postal Service when Snoopy was depicted on a stamp.

With the popularity of the comic strip and subsequent TV and movie appearances, Snoopy toys and merchandise became a hit. Pull toys, wind-up toys, figurines and the Snoopy snow cone maker that was so popular in the late 1970's and beyond.