File:Engraving Burin used by Mathias J. Horn.jpg
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|DescriptionEngraving Burin used by Mathias J. Horn.jpg||
English: Engraving burin used by Mathias J. Horn. Horn was a highly skilled local craftsman who used this tool in the early 20th century for making metal printing plates. This tool, called a burin, is comprised of a handle and a graver. The burin is used to engrave metal, traditionally copper or steel, or wood surfaces. Gravers come in a variety of shapes and sizes to yield different line types.
Title: Engraving Burin used by Mathias J. Horn
|Date||between 1880 and 1920
|Source||Missouri History Museum
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|Serial number of camera||052021000069|
|Lens used||EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM|
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