Sorry, this item sold. You may also like:
She is in good condition with some slight staining on her right hand (see photo #5). The elastic in her white cotton pantaloons is loose at top (photo #4) and at bottom of both legs. There are a few strands of red yarn missing in the back of her hair. Ann’s embroidered face is in good condition. Doll’s cotton fabric dress with Velcro fastener in back and her white pantaloons are very clean with no stains, rips or tears. I don’t know if she was originally wearing an apron. There is an embroidered red, I Love You heart on her chest. Item ships USPS Priority mail with tracking number. I do not ship internationally.
Additional vintage Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy dolls and collectibles available: https://www.etsy.com/shop/fantasycrafts?section_id=11214235
Raggedy Ann and Andy Trivia: The licensing of Raggedy Ann and Andy went to Applause in the early eighties. Here’s where it gets very confusing! According to The Raggedy Ann & Andy Family Album by Susan Ann Garrison; “Applause Toy Company began as division of Knickerbocker Toy Company in 1979. Knickerbocker was a subsidiary of Warner Communications and sold their toy line through Toys R Us stores. Applause, on the other hand, was a gift line marketed through Hallmark. Applause merged with Wallace (Russ) Berrie in the early 1980’s and presently does its licensing through the Hasbro Company (Playskool label).” Most dolls with Hasbro / Playskool labels were made in the 1990’s-present time. Some of the dolls produced through 1991 still carried the Applause label.