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What is the value of a Bossons head?

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According to AntiquesNavigator, a Bossons head can be worth anything from a few cents to over $2,800, as of 2014. The price depends on the rarity and condition of the object. Some of the most expensive Bossons heads listed on the site include a Bengali Bossons and several Shakespeare Bossons.

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As of 2000, a mint-condition, Geisha-style Bossons of Mikado was worth about $900, while a scene of an aborigine group was valued at $350. Bossons that have been professionally restored can have higher values. Bossons heads are character wall masks produced by W.H. Bossons, Ltd., in Congleton, England from 1946 to 1996.

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