Epsilon Lyrae AKA the Double Double

Vega is the 5th brightest star in the night time sky. It is dazzling even to the unaided eye - in binoculars this is doubly so.
To the northeast is the famous Double-Double, Epsilon-Lyrae.
Any binoculars will show Epsilon 1 and Epsilon 2 as a wide pair closely matched in brightness and white colour.

Facts about Epsilon Lyrae by Keith Turnecliff

However, to see each of these as a double you will need the magnification of a telescope.
The inset portion in the image below shows that the double is actually two doubles, hence, double-double.

This star chart for the Double Double represents a view from Long Itchington for mid August at 10pm.
Credits: Image courtesy of Starry Night Pro Plus 8, researched and implemented by Keith Turnecliff.