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Kenner made the rag dolls from the start, but many changes took place. The first rag dolls that were produced had vinyl heads. These two dolls were Strawberry Shortcake and Huckleberry Pie. The weight of their heads was too much for the soft bodies, so Kenner then started making the dolls all cloth. Because of the short time that the vinyl headed rag dolls were produced they are more valuable than the other rag dolls. The value of these dolls are $150 MIB.
After the vinyl headed rag dolls Kenner made 15 inch Strawberry Shortcake, Raspberry Tart and Apple Dumplin (13inches). Unfortunately Huckleberry Pie was not made as a soft rag doll, yet. Next Orange Blossom, Lemon Meringue and Apricot (13 inch) were added. Then Cherry Cuddler (13 inch) and Lime Chiffon. And Finally in 1984! Mint Tulip! The regular rag dolls are worth $25 loose $50 MIB apiece, except Mint Tulip and Cherry Cuddler who are worth $60. (Whew! It's not over yet!)
J.C. Pennies also issued two rag dolls exclusively through their mail order catalogue. These two were Strawberry Shortcake and Huckleberry Pie. They had medallions around their necks and were 14 inches instead of 15 inches. The value of these dolls is $75. (Still not done yet!)
In 1991 with the Re-Issue dolls three Rag Dolls were produced. The two were the classic Strawberry Shortcake rag dolls in two sizes 13 inches and 16 inches. The third was the Party Rag Doll. This doll didn't look like any of the other rag dolls, she was dressed in a party dress and had a different looking head. The value of these dolls are $20 loose $50 MIB. (Wait there's more!)
In 1996 the Little Debbie Company had a mail order offer for Strawberry Shortcake rag doll with their Strawberry Shortcake Rolls. Value is $20 MIB. (Gasp! Now I'm done!)
Also Apple Dumplin and Apricot were issued with their pets. They had Velcro on their hands where rag doll versions of Tea Time Turtle and Hopsalot were attached.
All the pictures below are from my own collection.