Joseph Callender (May 6, 1751 - November 10, 1821) was an American silversmith and copperplate engraver based in Boston, Massachusetts. Callender was bornin Boston and from 1764 apprenticed under Nathaniel Hurd (1729 - 1777). He took his journeymanship in the silversmithing shop of Paul Revere (1734 - 1818). Around 1784 he took over the Hurd ship and expanded his portfolio to copperplate printing and seal engraving, as well as traditional silversmithing. He engraved the seal of the Bank of Massachusetts in 1784 and the first official map of Massachusetts for Osgood Carleton in 1801.

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