Raggedy Ann Doll is the one for me.

Vintage Raggedy Anne Doll Had one of these when I was a little girl

Sewing patterns for homemade Raggedy Ann dolls
Raggedy Ann
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The ostensibly cursed  is a Raggedy Ann doll.

Raggedy Ann Classic Doll 16"

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  • A vintage Raggedy Ann doll from the early 1960's. She is in decent shape, no tears, holes, or splits that I can find. Her face and arms are faintly dirty. Her clothes are yellowed with age and very wrinkled. Her hair is all there and in place. Her dress is an orange, yellow, tan, and green floral print. Her chest sports the signature heart that says "I love you". She is really a good example of an early 1960's girl's toy.

    My own daughter had a Raggedy Ann doll but didn’t much play with it. I think perhaps she picked up on my ambivalence about those books I’d read as a kid. Or maybe she just liked breasty old Barbie better than a limp candy-hearted friend. Whatever the truth of the connections between Raggedy Ann and Marcella Gruelle and her heartbroken father, it’s a strange tale — and a reminder, like the WSJ piece, of how far back the anti-vaccine movement reaches into the past.

  • In 1921, Johnny Gruelle’s 8-yr old daughter was vaccinated in school
    without her parents’ permission. Between the time she became ill from the
    vaccination and her death a few months later, her body was completely
    limp, like a rag doll. It was this sick vaccine-injured child that
    inspired Gruelle to create the Raggedy Ann doll.

    Gruelle gave his daughter Marcella a dusty, faceless rag doll which she found in the attic. He drew a face on the doll and named her Raggedy Ann. Marcella played with the doll so much, Gruelle figured other children would like the doll too. Gruelle’s Raggedy Ann doll was dated September 7, 1915. In 1918, the PF Volland Company published Raggedy Ann Stories. Gruelle then created a series of popular Raggedy Ann books and dolls. …

    Primitive "Big Heart" Raggedy Ann Doll - Average Rating 4 out of 5 ( 1 reviews).

  • Specifications
    Doll Type: Ethnic / Biracial / Multicultural / Hispanic Raggedy Ann doll
    Skin Tone, Eye Color and Hair Color / Type Light Brown, Black, Brown Yarn in pigtails
    Size: 12 inches
    Gender: Girl
    Availability: In stock, should arrive in 3-5 days
    Packaging: Hang Tag that opens for a From: / To: gift message
    Special Because: Pigtails, Freckles and rounder belly - a truly new design for a Raggedy Ann

    I didn’t have a Raggedy Ann doll when I was little, but I had Raggedy Ann books, written and illustrated by one Johnny Gruelle. The one I especially remember was called Raggedy Ann’s Lucky Pennies. What I mostly remember about it was that it was dark and deeply weird. I looked it up on Amazon and found this :

Raggedy ann dolls Dolls | Bizrate

All of my primitive Raggedy Ann Dolls are completely handmade my cloth dollys have hand sewn faces, different types of wool hair and hair styles. They are all given a coffee wash including there clothes for that prim look! You can also request your raggedy annie dollys without a coffee wash for a lighter look!