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Robert Albin Cox

Robert Albin Cox, apprenticed to Humphrey Payne 1745, turned over to John Payne 1750, free 1752. First mark, as largeworker, 1752. Second mark 1758. Third mark 1759. Elected to the livery 1791, prime warden 1880. Died 1826. Arthur Grimwade notes that due to Cox’s apparent longevity it’s likely he had a son with the same name.

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Robert Albin Cox

Robert Albin Cox, apprenticed to Humphrey Payne 1745, turned over to John Payne 1750, free 1752. First mark, as largeworker, 1752. Second mark 1758. Third mark 1759. Elected to the livery 1791, prime warden 1880. Died 1826. Arthur Grimwade notes that due to Cox’s apparent longevity it’s likely he had a son with the same name.

  • 1754

    Robert Albin Cox

    8762 George II Silver Lidded Tankard

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    A good antique sterling silver tankard with domed hinged lid and plain baluster design with coopered banding. Attractive strapwork to the top of the handle. Uninscribed. Owners initials hand engraved on the handle. Contains 1050 ml. Weight 871 grams, 28 troy ounces. Height 20 cms. Diameter 12 cms (top and bottom). London 1754. Maker Robert Albin Cox.

  • 1758

    Robert Albin Cox

    7588 George II Silver Lidded Tankard

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    Unusually tall. A large and excellent quality antique sterling silver tankard with plain styling and baluster shape. Attractive strap work to the handle. To the front there is a fine hand engraved armorial. Weight 741 grams, 23.8 troy ounces. Height 22.5 cms. Contains 1250 ml. London 1758. Maker Robert Albin Cox.

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