Bauer Engraving produced primarily letterpress printing plates for the printing industry as well as plates for most San Francisco newspapers. Over the coming years, other product lines, such as embossing dies, foil stamping dies and anything else that could be
etched on metal were added. In 1990, Bauer was approached to help
design and make dies for a chocolate coin imprinting
machine that would emboss chocolate coins.

In 2001 Bauer moved to our current location in Rancho
Cordova, California

A Photoengraver by the name of William H. Bauer started the business around 1900 at 410 14th Street in San Francisco under the name of Bauer Engraving Company.  

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