Mr. Charles Cox (Banker)




15.1 x 9 cm (5 ⅞ x 3 ½ inches)

Spy's feature caricature in Vanity Fair. Source: Ward, facing p. 46.

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Charles Cox, active 1811-died 1892, is described by the National Portrait Gallery not as a banker, but as "Under-Secretary of State in the Colonial Office and Chancellor of the Order of St Michael and St George." No doubt the latter role involved banking.

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