I don't have any really old Raggedy Ann or Andy dolls. Mine date from the Knickerbocker years 1963-82, with a few later Applause dolls thrown in. I do love the cute little Raggedy Ann marionette which is on the right side of my doll grouping.
I have six books, including two editions of Raggedy Andy stories, one with the dust jacket. These were originally copyright 1920, but I have no idea if either of them is valuable. They aren't in mint condition, but are precious to me! The illustrations are so charming!
The Marcella: A Raggedy Ann Story was dedicated to the memory of his beloved daughter Marcella.