NGC 752 was probably discovered by Giovanni Hodierna before 1654, together with M33. It rediscovered by Caroline Herschel on September 29, 1783, and catalogued by William Herschel as H VII.32 on September 21, 1786.
Using binoculars, NGC 752 is easily found just south of Almaak (Gamma Andromedae).
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