London, South Kensington
25 May 2006
A MID 19TH-CENTURY 3IN. SINGLE-DRAWER TELESCOPE BY COX FOR THE ROYAL WESTERN YACHT CLUB
with leather-covered main tube, dual lens cap with star observation slide, signed by the bulbous eye piece COX, Devonport, Optician to the R.W.Y.C. -- 35/28in. (89/71cm.) Open/closed.
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Charles William Cox is recorded as working from eight addresses in Devonport or Plymouth between 1822 and 1857.
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