Vintage Rare 1950s 60s Snoopy Plush Beanie Doll Toy Butterfly Org Charles Schulz – $145. Find it on eBay (affiliate link).
Show me the butt tag! If you’ve ever spent time with any plush toy, you’ll know there’s always a butt tag. It has all the info you need to identify a plush: manufacturer, materials and misleading copyright dates. At first, his generic appearance made me wonder if he truly was a Snoopy, or just a very similar looking dog. Without having one in my own collection, I would have been left wondering.
This Snoopy Bean Bag Plush Toy’s nut shell filling isn’t the only thing nutty about him. The seller claims Snoopy is a 1958 Butterfly Originals bean bag toy. How did she get the misleading date? There is no butt tag! The maker is a leap of faith, that she gracefully landed on the right brand. She has another similar Butterfly Originals Snoopy Bean Bag Plush Toy, leading to the correct conclusion. Butterfly originals Snoopy bean bag plush toys start showing up in catalogs in the mid-1970’s.
How much is a Snoopy Bean Bag Plush Toy worth?
No plush is complete without its butt tag! It may seem like a small thing, but it’s the little things that count when pricing collectibles. Snoopy Bean Bag Plush toys are usually found in used condition, matted with years of love. This one looks a little rough and may need some stitching on his nose. In very good to mint condition, with butt tag, I’d expect to pay around $15-30 for a Snoopy Bean Bag Plush Toy. In matted condition like this one, $8 or under.