I don't have one of those fancy cameras that can take super close-ups. I have bought a couple of them, but every time Microsoft does an update, they stop working. They are a complete waste of money IMO. Nevertheless this is the best I can do with the "W & C Barber F." signature. The Barbers were British immigrants. Charles came to America with his father in 1853. Prior to that, Charles' grandfather had also been an engraver in England. Charles was the assistant to his father until the elder Barber's death in 1879. William Barber is best known for his Trade Dollar and Twenty Cent Piece designs. Charles is best known, well, for the Barber dime, quarter and half dollar. These presidential medals are confusing for some collectors. They were made to celebrate each president up until the present day. Many of them were made after the president had left office. Starting in the 1870s, they were made while the president was in office. They are not inaugural medas, which is whole different series, which started in 1893 with Grover Cleveland. They are also not Indian Peace medals, which got their start with Thomas Jefferson, at so far the involvement of the U.S. Mint is concerned. Here is an Indian Peace medal for Andrew Johnson. Note the neat little train that is in the background on the reverse.