HOW TO OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BOSSONS ARTWARE
I. EVERY PERSON INTERESTED IN BOSSONS ARTWARE SHOULD OWN COPIES OF
"THE IMAGICAL WORLD OF BOSSONS"
BOOK I (1982) AND BOOK II (1994)
BY DR. ROBERT E. DAVIS
Books are available from Don's Collectibles
II. DON HARDISTY WAS THE BOSSONS ADVISOR
Schroeder's Antique Price Guides, 1995 thru to 2010
Published by: Collector Books, PO Box 3009, Paducah, KY 42002-3009.
Available in most major bookstores or your favorite used Bookstore
Yearly issues of Schroeder's contain detailed information which Don has authored. Each highly respected guide contains brief historical sketches about Bossons productions and limited price lists for new/perfect condition Bossons..
III. Links to other internet sites that have valuable information about Bossons
A fabulous web site loaded with help and directed by a good friend, Kevin Phipps, from the U.K
IV. Additional reference information about Bossons and Hummels has been supplied by Dr. Hardisty, including suggested retail prices, in the following publications:
HUNT PUBLICATIONS by Tony Hyman
PO Box 3028, Shell Beach, CA 93448
or Treasure, 1994"
"Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide, 1995"
The Books art available at many bookstores and libraries in the U.S.
VII. With viewing upon request, new discoveries of Bossons, especially unusual prototypes never released to the market, can be viewed in the exclusive slide show by Dr. Hardisty.
VIII. As Charter Member #65 of IBCS, and in full support of their objectives and activities, since 1986, Don has submitted examples of prototypes and extremely rare Bossons with findings to the Society for publication in the Bossons Briefs. Back issues of the quarterly publications are available to IBCS members. Contact the IBCS as linked below:
IBCS and Donna McLernon
Donna McLernon, IBCS Director
29-19 17th Street
Flushing, NY 11358
IX. WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN THE IBCS
membership in the IBCS is only $45 per year. Yearly meeting/conventions
are not only enjoyable, but extremely educational. We are a
family of collectors who truly appreciate Bossons as a true art form.
Included with membership are four full-color issues of the BOSSONS
BRIEFS mailed first class to your personal address. Following is one
example of the many articles that appear in every issue. It is detailed
to keep your interest alive and is pictured in such a way you will want
to collect every Bossons ever released from Congleton. Don Hardisty, update current