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Michael G. Iacocca


Born in Rockwood, Pennsylvania. Veteran of World War II. Attended Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts. Married to Marguerite with three daughters and a son.

Iacocca joined the staff at the Philadelphia Mint February 27, 1966, and retired March 26, 1991.

He died in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

He engraved dies for these medals:

Eva Adams first term reverse (USM 318)

Donna Pope reverse (USM 322)

Admiral Hyman Rickover (USM 536) F

red Waring reverse (USM 675)

Joe Louis obverse (USM 667)

Kenneth Taylor (USM 672)

American Red Cross Centennial (USM 673)

Aaron Copeland obverse (USM 695)

Chief Justice Earl Warren (USM 914)

Ohio Northern University Centennial obverse 1971 (Turner 33)

He also designed the Alexander Calder half ounce American Arts Gold Medallion for 1983.

bio: P-F

obit: CW 10/19/98

Source credit: Pete Smith, American Numismatic Biographies


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