Jean Dassier (August or October 17, 1676 – November 12, 1763) was a Genevan engraver and medallist. Dassier was born in Geneva, and his father was the official Mint Engraver for the Republic of Geneva. In 1703 Dassier married Anne Prevost-Gaudy, and they had two sons. He studied in Paris with Jean Mauger and Joseph Roettiers, and he became an assistant to his father. In 1712 Dassier was admitted as a master in the guild of goldsmiths. In 1720 he succeeded his father as the official engraver for Geneva. He was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred in 1738. Dassier died on November 12, 1763.

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  • Jean Dassier, né le 17 août ou 17 octobre 1676 à Genève et mort dans la même ville le 12 novembre 1763, est un médailleur genevois. (fr)
  • Жан Дасье (фр. Jean Dassier, 16 октября 1676, Женева — 12 ноября 1763, Женева) — швейцарский медальер. (ru)
  • Jean Dassier (August or October 17, 1676 – November 12, 1763) was a Genevan engraver and medallist. Dassier was born in Geneva, and his father was the official Mint Engraver for the Republic of Geneva. In 1703 Dassier married Anne Prevost-Gaudy, and they had two sons. He studied in Paris with Jean Mauger and Joseph Roettiers, and he became an assistant to his father. In 1712 Dassier was admitted as a master in the guild of goldsmiths. In 1720 he succeeded his father as the official engraver for Geneva. He was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred in 1738. Dassier died on November 12, 1763. On his death, his son Jacques-Antoine Dassier took over as the chief engraver of Geneva currency. (en)
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  • Jean Dassier, né le 17 août ou 17 octobre 1676 à Genève et mort dans la même ville le 12 novembre 1763, est un médailleur genevois. (fr)
  • Жан Дасье (фр. Jean Dassier, 16 октября 1676, Женева — 12 ноября 1763, Женева) — швейцарский медальер. (ru)
  • Jean Dassier (August or October 17, 1676 – November 12, 1763) was a Genevan engraver and medallist. Dassier was born in Geneva, and his father was the official Mint Engraver for the Republic of Geneva. In 1703 Dassier married Anne Prevost-Gaudy, and they had two sons. He studied in Paris with Jean Mauger and Joseph Roettiers, and he became an assistant to his father. In 1712 Dassier was admitted as a master in the guild of goldsmiths. In 1720 he succeeded his father as the official engraver for Geneva. He was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred in 1738. Dassier died on November 12, 1763. (en)
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