Extremely rare vintage 1980s Snoopy Boy George snoopy doll￼ with Original Stand – $2000. Find it on eBay (affiliate links).
Who loves the 1980’s? Culture Club’s Boy George inspired this Boy Snoopy Plush Doll. Snoopy’s outfit mirrors Boy George’s signature fashion including his braids, hat and necktie. Snoopy also took on the identity of Mr. T, calling himself Mr. S while sporting a mohawk and gold chains. The pair of Snoopy Plushes was produced in 1984 by Determined Productions. If you know the story about how these two culture clashing dolls came into being, please drop me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you couldn’t tell from the $2,000 price tag, this seller is really laying it on THICK. The Boy Snoopy Plush Doll is in great condition and even comes with his original packaging, not a stand. A stand would be for display purposes long-term, while this is just a packaging box. The box is less than perfect with tears, folds and faded. I suspect Snoopy is newly re-attached to it because of the long zip tie in back. Not horrible, but not original either. Rarer may apply to the packaging, but the Boy Snoopy Plush Doll is far from extremely rare. It’s easy enough to find one of these dolls on the secondary market these days.
How much is a Boy Snoopy Plush Doll worth?
If you’re looking to add some new wave beats to your Snoopy collection, try to find your Boy Snoopy Plush Doll complete with all his fashion accessories. You’ll often see him without his tie or head bandana. Plus, you’ll want to make sure his hair is intact, still braided with the woven ribbons and bows. Expect to pay $30-60 without the box, adding another $50+ if he’s fully original with mint condition packaging. Mr. S also sells for around the same price.