from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Literally, he engraved (it): a word appended to the foot of an engraving, preceded by the name of the artist: as, Bartolozzi excudit.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“_F: M: Parmen*/Inventor/J: B: Jackſon Del/Sculp & excudit. _”
“_J: B: Jackson Delin: Sculp./& excudit Venetiis 1740. _”
Hol - land excudit. are to - be fold by George Humble in Pope's-head-alley.
“_J: B: Jackson figuras juxta Archetypum Sculp. & excudit.
A.V. "or excudit Augusta Vindelicorum; that is, published in Augsburg, Germany.
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