Collectors can get a rough estimate of the values of their collectible Bossons heads by visiting websites such as Antiquesnavigator.com and searching for the specific items that they own. The true values of Bossons heads may differ slightly from the prices that the sites provide.
Collectors can also use books such as “The Imagical World of Bossons” to help determine the value of their collections. Unfortunately, the information in such books cannot be updated after publishing, which means that much of the information in these books could be outdated. Antiquesnavigator.com updates its information on a regular basis to give collectors the most accurate values possible.
Determining the true value of Bossons figurines is difficult because the value is based on how much someone is willing to pay for them, which can fluctuate almost daily. The values on Antiquesnavigator.com are based on the prices of Bossons sold on eBay. The actual values may differ as eBay items often sell for less than their actual values because of bad descriptions or photos.
Bossons wall masks or heads are decorative pieces from W.H. Bossons, Ltd. The company started making the figurines in 1946 and closed down in 1996. While this company was best known for its wall masks, it also created plaques, figurines, plates and other decorative items that changed in style throughout the years.