Raggedy Ann and Andy

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Raggedy Ann was a character in a series of children's books, "Raggedy Ann Stories." The books were written by Johnny Gruelle. In 1915, the character was turned into a doll. The doll was a popular fad at its release, and gained an iconic status as the years passed. Raggedy Ann had a brother, Raggedy Andy, that was also in the stories and created as a doll.
I've only seen them for sale online a few times. Usually for 1 it is around $40-$50 and for 2 it is about $115, and that is when they are already in frames. The one time I saw them at a boutique, the price was $300 for a set of 3, and they sold pretty quickly. I think it just depends on how fast you...
As I understand it, Raggedy Ann and Andy were (Plant comrades) in effect brother and sister. This was a common counterfeit love device not confined to children"s stories- it WA used in Ben-Hur under vastly different circumstances, I Guess they didn"t want Boy meets Girl in a religious context.
The character itself is protected by trademark.
In the old days, young girls were taught to sew and read with a straight posture. And Raggedy Anne was a famous show on the old days. So I say yes! She did do that.( Or maybe)
Johnny Gruelle wrote stories with the characters Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy to comfort his daughter Marcella who was sick. Some of the stories included Marcella as the owner of Raggedy Ann and Andy.
In the movie cartoon, Both Ann and Andy were plant comrades going through the same processes at a Toy Factory, evidentally something went wrong and they were marked- Rejected, but managed to escape out of the toy plant ant into the outside world as inseparable friends. Mr. Gruelle was gently playing...
Asking prices for the Universal Raggedy Ann and Andy pair areranging from $15.00 to $50.00 However, they are not selling well atthis price. Those that are selling are doing so at prices of $5.00and below.
Johnny Gruelle is best known for creating the world famous rag doll characters, Raggedy Ann and Andy. While the Raggedys were the indisputable centerpiece of Gruelle's career, in his heart of hearts, Johnny was a dyed-in-the-wool freelance artist, who felt most at home at his drawing board, crafting...
it can cost 25.00 to 50.00 depending on the condition. I sold on for 30.00
Many duckhouse dolls have a label on the neck of each doll. So look just under the hair/clothes to see...
This is a terrifying case of a raggedy Ann doll named Annabelle. The case is from the 1970's and is highlighted in the book The Demonologist. This is one of the Warrens most asked about cases. The referral came from an Episcopal priest. A somber toned clergyman told Ed Warren of two young nurses who...
As the first few books were published before 1923, those are in the public domain. Later books may still be protected if they were properly renewed, but the only way to know for certain if they were renewed is by searching the paper records at the Library of Congress; when this isn't feasible, it's...
how much is a raggdy ann an andy dolls worth
First produced in 1915, Raggedy Ann is in the public domain.
how much do a 1977 raggedy ann doll worth today
Raggedy Ann and Andy were never, to my knowledge, used as Ventriloquist"s dummies or ( animated) dolls/puppets. It originated as a series of juvenile cartoon books. The creator, one Johnny Gruelle, was allegedly inspired by witnessing a violent crime or suicide- I seem to recall a magazine editor...
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One should distinguish the doll from the character. the famous poet- and he was NOT a Cartoonist James Whitcomb Riley created both the characters Little Orphan Annie ( not the comic strip-which it inspired) and another poem charactr the Raggedy Man ( presumably a Happy-Go-Lucky bum like the mythical...
It really depends on the condition and how old they are. See if you can find some that are like yours on Ebay and go from there. Or there are numerous doll collecting websites . Just do a Google search.
If the book is the 1918 edition then I have heard some people selling them for $300-$500. Personally I would put it on EBay and open a bid at about $350. Value of the book will also be affected greatly by the condition it is in. Is the cover soiled? Has the spine been replaced? Are the pages loose?...
About twenty bucks on Ebay. They might offer you around $10-$12 at a vintage shop to leave room for their profit. Hope this helps. T.
They were created originally as cartoon characters in juvenile books, similar to the animal cartoon Uncle Wiggily in that respect. The dolls were made by Knickerbocker Toy company and were very popular. Originally only Ann ( I think they spell it without the E, unlike my Mother"s usage) Andy was...
Many of the vintage pictures are worth prices close to $20 each.The exact price will vary depending upon their condition and howthey are being displayed.
Johnny Gruelle , a cartoonist, created the character in response to an internal crisis following witnessing a very violent crime- either a bank robbery or a suicide, accounts differ. He aimed to produce something that would promote kindess, respect for others, love, and did this in a cartoon context...
To know the value of any doll or toy, it is important to determine the state. Is it still boxed, does it show wear and tear, is it complete, etc. Besides that, also the demand plays a key roll in figuring out how much your doll can be worth. Check eBay regularly to see what your doll or toy can...
why do u wanna buy one cause it's pretty expensive it's over 5,000 grand
Raggedy Ann was first introduced as a doll in 1915. It wasn't until 1918 that she was introduced in the book "The Raggedy Ann Stories". Raggedy Andy was introduced in 1920, in a sequel book, titled "The Raggedy Andy Stories".
You can buy a Raggedy Ann doll at most toy stores. You will have best luck going to a specialty toy store as opposed to looking in the to section of a large department store. You would also have luck looking at Amazon, which generally has everything that you may need.
Both "Raggedy Ann" and "Raggedy Andy" are fictional characters. They appear in series of books originally written and illustrated by American Johnny Gruelle, mainly addressing young children.
The fictional character Raggedy Ann was created by Johnny Gruelle, an American writer. Raggedy Ann was first produced as a doll in 1915, and then as a character in the 1918 book Raggedy Ann Stories.
One can rent Raggedy Ann costumes a store called Wonder Costumes. They also may be rented at Rentabilities, Spirit Halloween, New Millenium Costumes and Fantasy Costume.
The value of a Universal Statuary Corporation Raggedy Ann and AndyFigurine from 1969 is around $14-$25, depending on condition.
Raggedy Ann . In the case of Raggedy Ann, it was the doll by about three years. Illustrator and writer Johnny Gruelle rescued an old, dusty rag doll from the attic to give to his young daughter. Since it had no face, Gruelle painted one. They decided to name the doll Raggedy Ann, combining the...
The cast of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy - 1941 includes: Tommy Bupp as Raggedy Andy Pinto Colvig as Camel
The cast of Raggedy Ann and Andy in The Great Santa Claus Caper - 1978 includes: Daws Butler as Raggedy Andy
The address of the Johnny Gruelle Raggedy Ann is: Po Box 183, Arcola, IL 61910-0183
The web address of the Johnny Gruelle Raggedy Ann is: http://www.raggedyann-museum.org
Raggedy Ann and Andy A Musical Adventure - 1977 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G Iceland:L UK:U USA:G (Certificate No. 25065)
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy - 1988 The Little Chicken Adventure 1-11 was released on: USA: January 1989
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy - 1988 The Perriwonk Adventure 1-1 was released on: USA: 17 September 1988
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy - 1988 The Pixling Adventure 1-5 was released on: USA: November 1988
Goodbye Raggedy Ann - 1971 TV was released on: USA: 22 October 1971
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy - 1988 The Mabbit Adventure 1-3 was released on: USA: October 1988
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy - 1988 The Ransom of Sunny Bunny 1-6 was released on: USA: November 1988
Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy - 1941 was released on: USA: 11 April 1941
Not sure exactly what you are asking, but Babette is the french doll in Marcella's nursery.
Yes, Raggedy Ann was inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in 2002. Raggedy Andy joined her in 2007
Raggedy Ann is a fictional character created by writer Johnny Gruelle in a series of books he wrote and illustrated for young children.
anti-vaccination movement . Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella. Marcella died at age 13 after being vaccinated at school for smallpox without her parents' consent. Gruelle became an opponent of vaccination, and the Raggedy Ann doll was used as a symbol by the anti-vaccination...
Answer . Right now, Ebay lists 1274 dolls and related items for sale.
i would like to sell this watch. i would like to know the estimated value.
Raggedy Ann's little brother is named Andy.
They came out in the twenties. author Johnny Gruelle had witnessed a horrifying bank robbery or similar crime and felt impelled to write softy-toned children"s tales, of which Raggedy Ann and Andy were paramount. Police ( unlike, say Robin Hood) were shown in a favorable light- Raggedy Ann and the...
Fido Fido belonged to Marcella, Raggedy Ann and Andy's "mistress" owner. Andy and Ann's dog's name is Raggedy Arthur.
She gets her name because she has raggedy hair.
Raggedy Man and Little Orphan Annie
johnny gruelle wrote the books
While some (if not all) of the original books have lapsed into the public domain, and can be used freely, the characters themselves may be protected as trademarks so you will have to do some further research depending on your intended use.