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Charlie Brown 'Forever' Stamp to Be Dedicated in Santa Rosa Ceremony

Snoopy license plates are still a possibility

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    A stamp from the U.S. Post Office's "A Charlie Brown Christmas" set (© 2015 USPS).

    The U.S. Post Office's forthcoming 'Forever' stamps featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the Peanuts gang will be dedicated in a free ceremony at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa on Oct 1.

    "A Charlie Brown Christmas" stamps, inspired by imagery from the popular 1965 animated special, are available for pre-order now via the USPS.

    Meanwhile, the effort to make Snoopy California license plates happen is still active. About 1,600 more plates need to be pre-sold before January 2016 in order for them to go into production. They cost $50 for a Snoopy plate with a standard license number or $98 for a custom Snoopy plate.

    Snoopy reportedly celebrated his 47th birthday on Aug. 10, which is 329 in dog years.

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