Roberto Mauri
Biographical information
Nationality

Flag of Italy.svg Italy

Born

July 19, 1949
Rome

Occupational information
Occupation

Medalist

Affiliations

State Mint and Polygraphic Institute

Signature

"mauri", "m"

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Roberto Mauri is an Italian engraver and medalist for the State Mint and Polygraphic Institute (IPZS) in Rome. He is notable for designing coins of various nations, many of which include the marks m, mauri, or R. Mauri.

Biography[edit | edit source]

The Italian 50 euro cent coin

Mauri was born on July 19, 1949, in Rome. After graduating from the liceo scientifico, a type of secondary school in Italy, Mauri enrolled to the Scuola dell'Arte della Medaglia (School of the Art of the Medal) of the IPZS, where he studied intaglio and industrial design. In 1983 Mauri graduated from the facility, and worked briefly as an interior designer before being employed by the IPZS. He has worked in the mint's artistic studio and engraving studio, and has also studied micro-incision and the use of computers in designing and manufacturing cones. Mauri currently resides in Rome.

Mauri has designed coins for various countries, including Italy, San Marino, Uganda, and the Vatican City. His most famous work for Italy is the national side of the country's 50 euro cent piece, which features the Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius at Capitoline Hill in Rome. Mauri also designed the commemorative 2013 Italian 2 euro coin of Giovanni Boccaccio (1313–1375) and various Italian non-circulating legal tender pieces of the lira and euro. For San Marino, Mauri produced designs for the 2010 2 euro coin of Sandro Botticelli (c. 1445–1510) and a handful of non-circulating commemoratives. For Uganda his works include circulating 200 and non-circulating 5,000 shilling pieces celebrating the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and for the Vatican they include a general issue 200 lira coin and some non-circulating commemoratives.

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Designers of euro currency
Current Flag of Europe.svg Kalina (euro banknotes), Luycx (euro coins, common side)Flag of Andorra.svg Silva Carpio (1-5c), Moles (10-50c), Jordi Segura (€1-2)Flag of Austria.svg KaiserFlag of Belgium.svg LuycxFlag of Cyprus.svg Maell, SoteropoulosFlag of Estonia.svg LõhmusFlag of Finland.svg Häiväoja (1-50c), Mäkinen (€1), Heino (€2)Flag of France.svg Courtiade (1-5c), Jorio (10-50c), Jimenez (€1-2)Flag of Germany.svg Lederbogen (1-5c); Heinsdorff (10-50c); H. Hoyer, S. Russewa-Hoyer (€1-2)Flag of Greece.svg StamatopoulosFlag of Ireland.svg HayesFlag of Italy.svg Driutti (1c), de Simoni (2c), Frapiccini (5c), Momoni (10c), Cassol (20c), Mauri (50c), Cretara (€1), Colaneri (€2)Flag of Latvia.svg Šēnbergs, Strupulis (1-50c); Sietiņš, Franckeviča (€1-2)Flag of Lithuania.svg ŽukauskasFlag of Luxembourg.svg Gastauer-ClaireFlag of Malta.svg BasonFlag of Monaco.svg Cochet (1-5c), Baron (10-50c), Thiebaud (€1-2)Flag of the Netherlands.svg OlafFlag of Portugal.svg dos SantosFlag of San Marino.svg FrapicciniFlag of Slovakia.svg Zobek (1-5c); Černaj, Károly (10-50c); Řehák (€1-2)Flag of Slovenia.svg Mil. Licul, Maja Licul, BoljkaFlag of Spain.svg Rollán (1-5c), Castellanos (10-50c), Díaz (€1-2)Flag of the Vatican City.svg Frapiccini (1-5c), de Simoni (10-50c), Colaneri (€1-2)
Former Flag of Belgium.svg Keustermans (1999-2013)Flag of Monaco.svg Rodier (€2, 2002-2004)Flag of the Netherlands.svg Ninaber van Eyben (1999-2013)Flag of the Vatican City.svg Veroi (2002-2005), Longo (2005-2013)

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