Numismatic Dictionary

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Barber coinage
Name used to describe the coinage designed by U.S. Mint Chief Engraver Charles Barber.

The artist responsible for creating a particular design used on a numismatic item. See also engraver.

Draped Bust
The design of Lady Liberty with her dress draped across her bust. This is attributed to Mint engraver Robert Scot, who presumably copied the design after a portrait by Gilbert Stuart.

The artist responsible for cutting or carving the design of a coin. See also designer.

Engraver's Mark
A signature, ornaments, symbols or other marks on a coin, medal, or die placed by the engraver to show that the item was hand engraved.

Gobrecht Dollar
Silver dollars dated 1836,1838, and 1839 named for their designer, Christian Gobrecht, Chief Engraver from 1840-1844.

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