Thomas D. Rogers - US Navy Veteran and Sculptor-Engraver from the United States Mint
Rogers designed the reverses of four of the State Quarters, including those for Maryland, Massachusetts and South Carolina. He designed the original reverse of the American Platinum Eagle, which was used on the proof version of that coin's first year (1997) and on non-proof Platinum Eagles of all dates, and designed the reverses of two subsequent years of the proof version of the same coin, those of 1998 and 2001.
Additionally, Rogers designed the obverses of the 1996 silver $1 coin commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution and the 2000 Library of Congress $10 coin, and designed both sides of several other United States commemorative coins.
Although retired from the U.S. Mint, Rogers has subsequently carried out some design work for the Mint as an independent artist under contract. In 2014, Rogers designed the reverse of the 2016 Sacagawea dollar, which honors Native American code talkers from World Wars I and II.
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