Charlie Wagner - tattooarchive.com

Charlie Wagner, one of America's great tattoo legends tattooed in New York City from the 1890s up until his death in 1953. Working on the Bowery in lower Manhattan, Wagner took over the shop space at 11 Chatham Square that Samuel O 'Reilly had occupied. As a matter of fact, Charlie Wagner really carried on where O'Reilly left off in more ways ...…

Who was Charlie Wagner? - Tattoo.com

Who was Charlie Wagner? posted by Elisha Belden April 1, 2016 . If you’ve been following the history of the tattoo industry, you’re well aware who Samuel O’Reilly is – the man who patented the first electric tattoo machine, thus kick starting the modern tattoo industry. ……

Charles Wagner - BME Encyclopedia

Charles Wagner (1875 - January 1, 1953) was a tattoo artist and the apprentice of Samuel O'Reilly, the inventor of the electric tattoo machine.As a young boy, Wagner saw Prince Constantine at a dime museum in the 1880s. This experience influenced his career choice. Charles worked as a tattoo artist in New York City for over 50 years, and in 1904, acquired a patent of his own for a new tattoo ...Birth Date: 1875…

Charlie Wagner Inkflesh

May 11, 2011 · In 1944 Charlie Wagner, one of America’s greatest tattoo legends, was involved in one of the first instances of legal trouble for the tattoo world. He was fined by the city of New York for not sterilizing his needles. Wagner tattooed in the infamous Bowery for 50 years starting in the 1890’s up until his death in 1953.…

TATTOO HISTORY Charlie Wagner - MediaZink

Apr 25, 2016 · TATTOO HISTORY Charlie Wagner, is a renowned New York tattooist. He appears to have been the point of convergence for the press for his era of tattoo craftsmen. Wagner worked the Bowery for more than 50 years beginning in the1890s until his demise in 1953. Only this may clarify the measure of press scope that ……