One day in 1915, as the story goes, Johnny Gruelle’s daughter Marcella brought him an old rag doll. He drew a face on the worn fabric and called the doll Raggedy Ann. Gruelle, a cartoonist and illustrator, wrote a children’s book about Raggedy Ann in 1918. Publisher P. F. Volland arranged to sell Raggedy Ann dolls along with the books, and the tie-in between Gruelle’s Raggedy Ann Stories and the dolls proved a marketing hit. In 1920, Gruelle introduced the Raggedy Andy Stories. In them, when humans weren’t looking, Raggedy Ann and Andy came to life and embarked on many adventures. Gruelle averaged one new book each year for twenty years.
These items are all original vintage products. The two dolls are a little dirty. I won't clean them because they are old. They are in good condition with no rips or tears. Some clothes or accessories may be missing.
The other 3 are porcelain plant potters for the window sill. They can be easily repurposed. The potters are in excellent condition, aesthetically, but the paint has signs of ware. All potters are numbered.
The dolls are $30 for both together.
The potters are $10 each
$45 for the lot of them.
*Makes great gifts*
I also have lots of other games, toys, and accessories available. If interested please click my logo to see my page of listings or just message me for more details. Thanks for looking and have a great day.
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