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[[Image:‎Im090430BCM-Cox1.jpg|thumb| Exhibit at the [[Black Country Living Museum]]. ]]
 
[[Image:‎Im090430BCM-Cox1.jpg|thumb| Exhibit at the [[Black Country Living Museum]]. ]]
 
[[Image:‎Im090430BCM-Cox2.jpg|thumb| Exhibit at the [[Black Country Living Museum]]. ]]
 
[[Image:‎Im090430BCM-Cox2.jpg|thumb| Exhibit at the [[Black Country Living Museum]]. ]]
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[[image:Im20170207RB-StephenC.jpg |thumb|  Safe found in Haverfordwest Old Post Office.]]
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[[image:Im20170207RB-StephenCo2.jpg |thumb|  Safe detail.]]
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[[Image:Im1927-03BMCC-Cox.jpg|thumb| 1927.]]
  
of Sedgley.
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'''Stephen Cox and Son Ltd.''' Bankers Engineers of Dudley Road Safe Works, Sedgley, England.
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1890 Company established.<ref>Safe image above.</ref>
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[[Category: Town - Sedgley ]]
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[[Category: Locks and Safes]]

Latest revision as of 12:27, 16 November 2018

Safe found in Haverfordwest Old Post Office.
Safe detail.
1927.

Stephen Cox and Son Ltd. Bankers Engineers of Dudley Road Safe Works, Sedgley, England.

1890 Company established.[1]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. Safe image above.