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Vintage KNICKERBOCKER Raggedy Ann sleeping bag GOOD CONDITION with separate legs
Welcome to my store! I specialize in out-of-print children's books but have other items of interest as well. Most of my items are vintage, or, at least, harder-to-find. I look for the unusual - the item you can't just walk into any store and purchase. As a homeschooler of 18 years, I am always listing things of interest to that community. I also like to sew and quilt so I am always hunting up vintage patterns and fabric (a lot of it from my own stash).I pack carefully and attempt to answer questions promptly. I hope you enjoy shopping in my store. If you like what you see, sign up for my store alerts and you will be notified when I list new items.ITEM DESCRIPTION:Here is a unusual item and in unusually good condition. This vintage Raggedy Ann sleeping bag was made by Knickerbocker. the tag is very faded and worn but I could make out "Knickerbocker" but nothing else. See the scan of the tag.In surprisingly nice condition. I have a close up of the face which as you can see is pretty clean - I don't see any stains on the face. There is only one tiny little red dot that I have pictured here and also one small tear on the dress which could be mended easily. Raggedy Ann unzips along the right side (left in the pictures) and is made of a quilted fabric that has a silky type fabric on the inside. Her hair and arms and legs all look great.A lot of fun for the Raggedy Ann Collector.She is 54 inches long from the top of her hair to her toes with the actual body section being 26 inches long. The head and the legs (which are also part of the "bag") are 14 inches long each. She measures 18.5 inches across her chest.I have only seen a couple of these (online) and this one is by far the nicest I have seen. I saw another one on but it has a regular bag, not the individual legs as this one does. The legs are really part of the bag as a child could put their legs into each one - but it does not seem like it would be great to actually sleep in Book Condition Terms:
MINT - as new in all respects
FINE - looks new and is without flaw but has light shelf wear
NEAR FINE - may have an owner's name, inscription or bookplate inside but otherwise in fine condition
VERY GOOD - a clean and tightly bound copy that shows signs of former use - any flaws should be noted
GOOD - a solid copy fit for reading but with more wear, possible markings, small tears, library binding, not as attractive as very good
FAIR - not very pretty but a solid reading copy with multiple flaws such as tears and markings, heavy wear to boards, fraying, etc.
POOR - loose pages, heavy wear, markings and tears, overall ugly Ex-library books may include any or all of the following flaws: card pocket, discard stamps, date due slip glued in, stickers on the spine, jacket glued to the boards, other library markings and notations.
_gsrx_vers_476 (GS 6.4.4 (476))