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Tommy Sasseen, Coin Designer

Started by <k>, April 30, 2018, 08:04:41 PM

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Tommy Sasseen.


Tommy Sasseen was apprenticed and employed as die sinker at the South African Mint, Pretoria, from 1950 to 1974. I do not know whether Mr Sasseen is still alive.

Tommy Sasseen's initials appear on many coins of South Africa and Rhodesia. Sometimes he produced the designs, on other occasions he only modelled them or engraved them.
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South Africa, obverse of the second coinage of the modern Republic.
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South Africa, 5 cents, blue crane.
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#3

South Africa, 10 cents, aloe.
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South Africa, 20 cents, Protea cynaroides, the king protea, and Protea repens.
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#5

South Africa, 50 cents.

African lily (Agapanthus africanus), an arum lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) and a strelitzia (Strelitzia reginae).
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South Africa, 1 rand, 1967.  Hendrik Verwoerd.
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South Africa, 50 cents, 1968.  Charles Robberts Swart.
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South Africa, 1 rand, 1969.  Dr. T.E. Dönges.
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#9

South Africa, 1 rand, 1969.

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South Africa, ½ cent, 1970.  Sparrows.
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#12

South Africa, ½ cent, 1970.


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#13

Rhodesia, 1964.  The coins were produced by the South African Mint.


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#14

Rhodesia, 1966.
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