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Posted at 01:18 PM ET, 12/15/2012

In other news: Your love letters are worthless, Charlie Brown


Charles Schulz in the mid-'60s. (Courtesy of Lee Mendelson)
Good grief! A stash of love letters that the late “Peanuts” cartoonist Charles Schulz sent in the early 1970s to a much younger woman failed to find a bidder at an NYC auction Friday, reports the Associated Press. The family of his now-ailing crush, Tracy Claudius, decided to sell them, and Sotheby’s experts had projected the rare trove of correspondence would fetch at least $250,000. Somewhere the Little Red-Haired Girl may be laughing.

Earlier, at ComPost: Peanuts Envy: Charles Schulz’s secret love letters, 12/4/12

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