Cox and Wyman (London)

In 1840 Charles William Henry Wyman (1804?-1878) took control of the office of Messrs. Cox & Sons, the famous Oriental printers. Its chief, John Lewis Cox soon retired in favour of his sons John and Henry Cox who entered into partnership with Wyman. The style of the firm was then altered to Cox (Bros.) and Wyman. After the death of Henry and the retirement of John Cox in 1858 the style of the firm became Cox & Wyman and then Wyman & Sons after Mr Wyman acquired sole possession of the business. In 1866 Charles William Henry Wyman retired in favour of his eldest son, also called Charles William Henry and his youngest surviving son, Edward F. He died on 27 February 1878 aged 74.
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Falkener, Edward   On The Hypæthron Of Greek Temples; A Paper Read Before The Archæological Society Of Berlin. Together With Some Observations In Reply To The Reviewers Of "Dædalus." By Edward Falkener. - London: 1861.   
Falkener, Edward   Ephesus, And The Temple Of Diana. By Edward Falkener. [Epigraph] - London: 1862.   
Wyatt, Matthew Digby   On The Principles Of Design Applicable To Textile Art. By M. Digby Wyatt, Architect. - Extracted From "The Art Treasures Of The United Kingdom," Edited By J.B. Waring, Esq. Director of the Museum of Ornamental Art at the Manchester Exhibition of 1857. - London. 1858.   
Newton, Charles Thomas   A History Of Discoveries At Halicarnassus, Cnidus & Branchidæ. By C.T. Newton, M.A. Keeper Of The Greek And Roman Antiquities, British Museum. Assisted By R.P. Pullan, F.R.I.B.A. Vol. I. - Plates. - London: 1862.   
Texier, Charles   Byzantine Architecture; Illustrated By Examples Of Edifices Erected In The East During The Earliest Ages Of Christianity. With Historical & Archaeological Descriptions. By Charles Texier, Member Of The Institute Of France; Honorary Fellow Of The Royal Institute Of British Architects, And Of The Royal Academy Of Sciences, Munich; And R. Popplewell Pullan, Esq., F.R.I.B.A. Architect To The Budrum Expedition; Agent For The Dilettanti Society In Asia Minor. - London: 1864.   
William Holman Hunt And His Works. A Memoir Of The Artist's Life, With Description Of His Pictures.   - London: 1860.