Joseph Osmond Barnard
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|Joseph Osmond Barnard|
10 August 1816|
|Died||30 May 1865
|Known for||Engraving Victoria on the Mauritius "Post Office"|
Joseph Osmond Barnard (10 August 1816 – 30 May 1865) was born in Portsmouth, England. He was a miniature painter and engraver who engraved the rare Mauritius "Post Office" stamps. He died in Mauritius on 30 May 1865.
- Harold Adolphe and Raymond d'Unienville, "The Life and Death of Joseph Osmond Barnard", The London Philatelist, Vol. 83, No. 985 (Dec., 1974), pp. 263–5.
- ENCYCLOPÆDIA Mauritiana
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