The Dutch born Leopold Wiener was a Belgian sculptor and medallist. After he studied at his brothers studio he went to Paris (FRA) to become a student of the sculptors David D'Angers en Jean Jacques Barré. In 1847 he won a designing contest for the new depiction of Leopold I, King of Belgium, on the Belgian coins. After that he became the last Chief Engraver at the Belgian Mint in 1864.
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