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- mechanism was driven by changes in atmospheric pres- sure. It was perfected by James. Cox in the 1760's with the devel- opment of Cox's timepiece.
- Dealer in Magic: James Cox's Jewelry Museum and the Economics
- This essay is part of a full-length study of Cox and jeweled automata in eighteenth- ...
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- 1997. 199 SWISS TIMEPIECE MAKERS 1775-1995 Vol 2. Prichard Kathleen.
- Index Volumes 10 to 19
- 485V10. Cox, Mr., of Clerkenwell, watch repairer.
- Newsletter – June & July, 2010
- an early Springfield Watch Company “Stuart” model, SN 74!
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- Cox's timepiece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Cox's timepiece is a clock developed in the 1760s by James Cox.
- Perpetual Motion Devices, Perpetual Toys, Games, Watches, and
- Take Cox's timepiece for example. It has been designed to run on the differences in barometric pressure or temperature between night and day.
- James Cox (ca. 1723–1800): Goldsmith and Entrepreneur
- Jewel cabinet incorporating a watch, possibly before 1766. Signed by James Cox (English, ca.
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