Limited Edition of 7,500 sets and each Doll in the set is numbered. 1 - P. F. Volland Co., 1918-1934: first commercially produced Raggedy Ann. Each charmingly primitive doll had shoe-button eyes and a "candy" heart stuffed inside her soft body (the hearts were really cardboard) 2 - Exposition Doll & Toy Mfg. Co., 1935: Raggedy Ann had printed pie-cut eyes with no eyebrows or eyelashes. Her hair had a burgundy tint, and she wore felt shoes. The Exposition doll was the only commercially made Raggedy Ann without a heart. This rare doll was produced for less than one year 3 - Molly-E's Doll Outfitters, 1934-1937: Exposition's short term as a manufacturer of Raggedy Ann was due to unfair competition from unauthorized dolls by Molly-E's Doll Outfitters. The attractive Molly-E's Raggedy Ann had printed eyes that glanced to one side, multicolored stripes on her legs, and distinctive blue shoes. She was the very first to have a heart, solid red, printed on her chest 4 - Georgene Novelties, Inc., 1938-1962: Next came Georgene Novelties, who restored button eyes to the doll. This was the first company to add the words "I Love You" to Raggedy Ann's printed heart. During the years that Georgene made Raggedy Ann, the doll's face changed often, but her heart remained constant 5 - Knickerbocker ...
- Color: red, white, blue, pink, purple
- Brand: Raggedy Ann
- ASIN: B00JDCRWOI
- UPC: 083361167483