Additional Offering from the BEP - 150th Anniversary Chase Intaglio Print
Posted on 8/21/2012
This year’s commemorative program is dedicated to 150 years of pride, craftsmanship, and innovation of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
This print, featuring Salmon P. Chase and an exquisite compilation of unique engravings focusing on the age-old art of intaglio printing, is the second card in the “150th Anniversary Series.”
Description of Images: Border - Engraved in 1928 by Howard S. Nutter and Charles F. Wittenauer; Portrait of Salmon P. Chase - Engraved in 1873 by Charles Burt; Vignette – Auditors Building (First home of the BEP) - Engraved in 1880 by Lorenzo Hatch and Francis H. Noyes; Vignette – After The War (Female Figure) - Engraved in 1889 by John A. O’Neill; Background image - Various BEP employee production photos – Printed in Offset; 150th Anniversary Logo – Printed in Offset.
To order or for additional information on the second card in the 2012 Intaglio Print Program visit the BEP web site.The thoughts and opinions in this piece are those of their author and are not necessarily the thoughts of the Certified Collectibles Group.