After his marriage to Kunigunda Gottschalk on June 1, 1563 in Nuremberg, he was granted citizenship and he was entered in the civil register. Three years later he was allowed to sell paintings under the town hall. In 1582 he opened a wine trade and was allowed to live on the Rhine without having to give up his citizenship. In the yearbook of the Leipziger Messe it was stated that Caymox sold, in addition to engravings, leaflets, books and household items such as hat strings, mirrors, compass, etc. After the death of his wife, he married Anna von der Haardt on May 29, 1587. Caymox died a year later while visiting a trade fair.
The six-volume work "Description and Contrafactur der Vorderembsten Stät der Welt ...", edited by Georg Braun and Franz Hogenberg, contains copper engravings with German cityscapes by Caymox.
- Manfred H. Grieb: Nürnberger Künstlerlexikon: visual artists, artisans, scholars, collectors, cultural workers and patrons from the 12th to the middle of the 20th century. Saur, Munich 2007, ISBN 3-598-11763-9 .
- Grieb, Manfred H .: Nürnberger Künstlerlexikon: visual artists, artisans, scholars, collectors, cultural workers and patrons from the 12th to the middle of the 20th century / 2 H - Pe. Saur, Munich 2007, ISBN 978-3-598-11763-3 , pp. 220 .
- Grieb, Manfred H .: Nürnberger Künstlerlexikon . Munich 2007, p. 220 .
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Caymox d. Ä., Cornelius; Chaymox, Cornelius|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Card, art and haberdashery dealer in Nuremberg|
|DATE OF BIRTH||before 1540|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Antwerp|
|DATE OF DEATH||October 19, 1588|
|Place of death||Leipzig|