Daniel Siegmund Dockler (der Jüngere) (1696-1753)

"Dockler, Daniel Siegmund (Germ.). Son of the last; also a Nuremberg Medallist of the end of the seventeenth and beginning of eighteenth, centuries. He died after 1730, as coins exist of that year, engraved by him, commemorating the centenary of the Augsburg Confession. There is a coronation medal of Charles VI., 1711, by him, and a commemorative piece of the canonization of Johann Nepomuk, 1729-1736. The former is signed S.D.S. Bibliography. - Bolzenthal op. cit. - Ad. Hess Nachf., Reimmann Sale Catalogue. - Paul Joseph u. E. Fellner, Münzen von Frankfurt a. M., 1896" - Leonard Forrer, "Biographical dictionary of medallists", Band 1, London 1904, S. 596

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Created Daniel Siegmund Dockler (der Jüngere) (1696-1753)
Was depicted (Actor) Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560) ()
Was depicted (Actor) Martin Luther (1483-1546) ()

Form designed Daniel Siegmund Dockler (der Jüngere) (1696-1753)
Was depicted (Actor) Charles V (1500-1558) ()