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Robert Scot's Engraving History


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Robert Scot was best known as the first Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, but he also created important engravings throughout the American Revolution and led the engraving effort to expand illustrated scientific books in early America. Scot's designs for coinage and federal revenue stamps were shaped by global political turmoil and forged an authoritative expression of national identity for the United States. Speaker: William Nyberg.
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