Struve 2470 & Struve 2474 -- Double-Double Star in Lyra
Lyra's Other Double-Double
The most often visited double-double stars in the night sky by amateur astronomers is
Epsilon-1 & Epsilon-2 in the constellation Lyra. Far fewer amateurs realize that this
small constellation also holds another pretty pair of double-double stars.  The stars
Struve 2470 and  Struve 2474 are a short star hop from Sulafat (Gamma Lyrae) -- which
is one of the bright stars in the constellation's parallelogram. I think you will find Struve
2470 & 2474 a nice comparison to Lyra's more famous double-double.