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Dux was a motorcycle produced from 1904 to 1905, in Coventry.
The company built machines using a Rex frame and a variety of engines including MMC, Minerva and Sarolea to produce basic primitives. Although advertising for their 3.25hp model, priced at 35 guineas, was detailed and widespread, they did not last long in the market place.