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František Rosenberger a Viliam Emler (Život a dielo banskobystrického zlatníka a jeho najlepšieho žiaka)

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Francis Rosenberger and William Emler (Life and work of goldsmith of Banská Bystrica and his apprentice)
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In the 19th century, there were 15 goldsmiths‘ masters working in the guild of Banská Bystrica. Beside the greatest and most famous goldsmith Samuel Libay (1782 – 1866), there were also goldsmiths who had tried to save the glory and shine of this craft. Francis Rosenberger (1799 – 1882), a goldsmith master from Pest had belonged to them. He had trained numerous young goldsmiths with his son and goldsmith master Anton Rosenberger among these apprentices. Francis Rosenberger was several times at the forefront of the goldsmith's guild in the position of a superior. One of his most famous pupils was William Emler (1839 – 1897), who had made an extraordinary contribution to preserve a part of the goldsmith's workshop of the masters Francis Rosenberger and Samuel Libay.
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1336-9148
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-37866768-1296-4ee4-aea0-2f152c430e92
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