Peanuts Snoopy Woodstock Bobblehead Vintage RARE Flying Ace 1972 1966 – $180. Find it on eBay (affiliate links).
I hope you agree that this pair of Snoopy and Woodstock Bobbleheads is over-priced! Let’s start with the history. These 4″ tall figurines were made by Determined Productions in 1976. There were seven characters made: Charlie Brown, Lucy, Woodstock, Snoopy, the Flying Ace, Santa Snoopy and Joe Cool. The bobbleheads are made of a composition or papier-mache base. They suffer from a lot of condition issues because of this. The composition material is prone to dings and nicks in the surface. The material also lends itself to peeling paint, cracked glaze and more paint issues. On top of that, bobbleheads suffer from cracked heads and spring problems.
How much are Snoopy and Woodstock Bobbleheads worth?
This pair of Snoopy and Woodstock Bobbleheads is a mixed bag. The Woodstock bobblehead is sadly a little too far gone for a collector’s piece, in my opinion. The crazed glaze, flaked-off painted, crack in the head and nicks out of his body mean he’s in sad shape. While not the worst I’ve seen, I think it would be better to spend the money on one in better condition. I’d expect to pay around $5 or so. The Flying Ace Snoopy bobblehead is much better, but not without his own issues. A few nicks in his body, but otherwise a nice smooth body. Finally, a little glaze flaking on the bottom of his chin may be a harbinger for more issues in the future. While he’s not good enough to make up the $175 difference in the price for poor Woodstock, I think he could easily sell for around $20-35. In mint condition, I would expect to pay around $40-55 for one of these vintage Determined Productions Peanuts bobbleheads.