Engravers

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  1. Oscar Rojas

    Oscar Rojas New Member

    Need help finding names of engravers of Heaton/Birmingham and Vienna Mints from opening to date. Please.
     
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  3. Chris B

    Chris B Well-Known Member

    You may want to find this series of books. I believe it was a total of 4 volumes. They are long out of print but reprints are available from Amazon and others.

    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists
     
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  4. Oscar Rojas

    Oscar Rojas New Member

    Thank you Chris.
     
  5. chrisild

    chrisild Coin Collector Supporter

    As for the Austrian Mint, that could be a little difficult - it was founded about 800 years ago (roughly in 1200). The current team of engravers is here. Also, here is a directory of the Austrian coins issued in the past ~100 years, and in most cases the names of the engravers are mentioned ...

    Christian
     
  6. Oscar Rojas

    Oscar Rojas New Member

    Christian, the Austrian Mint minted coins for Bolivia in 1937, how do I do to find who did the engraving for those coin? I will appreciate if you can help me. Thanks.
    By the way those coins are beautiful.
     
  7. chrisild

    chrisild Coin Collector Supporter

    I guess you mean these two: 10 centavos and 50 centavos. Sorry, cannot help you there. Have you tried contacting the Austrian Mint? Maybe they have some documents about who the designers/engravers were ...

    Christian
     
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  9. Oscar Rojas

    Oscar Rojas New Member

    Thank you very much mlov43. I found great information.
     
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