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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    THE Wickham MARKET HOARD 5 ogy which compares relative presence of silver units in the Boudiccan revolt hoards to pro venanced casual losses The unusual circumstances of the Icenian hoards which all contain the final issues of the region and which appear to mark the end of the circulation of the coinage have given a valuable insight into the relative ages of the later coinages 9 The significance and imp


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1945 Numismatics Periodicals

    ns to join the coalition against France But despite the anger felt by the Swiss at the massacre of the Swiss Guards in the defence of the Tuileries by the revolutionaries and the hatred which the Swiss ruling aristocrats felt against the Revolution Lord Robert was confronted with the immutable principle of Swiss neutrality so that he was unable to carry out his mission His successor William Wickham was envoy to the Cantons merely in name His chief task was working from Switzerland as a basis to support anti revolutionary movements in the interior of France His intrigues with the French royalists were so extensive that when after the coup d etat of 18 Fructidor 1797 the French Directory prepared to open relations with Switzerland it demanded as the first condition the expulsion of


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1945 Numismatics Periodicals

    ns to join the coalition against France But despite the anger felt by the Swiss at the massacre of the Swiss Guards in the defence of the Tuileries by the revolutionaries and the hatred which the Swiss ruling aristocrats felt against the Revolution Lord Robert was confronted with the immutable principle of Swiss neutrality so that he was unable to carry out his mission His successor William Wickham was envoy to the Cantons merely in name His chief task was working from Switzerland as a basis to support anti revolutionary movements in the interior of France His intrigues with the French royalists were so extensive that when after the coup d etat of 18 Fructidor 1797 the French Directory prepared to open relations with Switzerland it demanded as the first condition the expulsion of


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1945 Numismatics Periodicals

    ns to join the coalition against France But despite the anger felt by the Swiss at the massacre of the Swiss Guards in the defence of the Tuileries by the revolutionaries and the hatred which the Swiss ruling aristocrats felt against the Revolution Lord Robert was confronted with the immutable principle of Swiss neutrality so that he was unable to carry out his mission His successor William Wickham was envoy to the Cantons merely in name His chief task was working from Switzerland as a basis to support anti revolutionary movements in the interior of France His intrigues with the French royalists were so extensive that when after the coup d etat of 18 Fructidor 1797 the French Directory prepared to open relations with Switzerland it demanded as the first condition the expulsion of


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1945 Numismatics Periodicals

    ns to join the coalition against France But despite the anger felt by the Swiss at the massacre of the Swiss Guards in the defence of the Tuileries by the revolutionaries and the hatred which the Swiss ruling aristocrats felt against the Revolution Lord Robert was confronted with the immutable principle of Swiss neutrality so that he was unable to carry out his mission His successor William Wickham was envoy to the Cantons merely in name His chief task was working from Switzerland as a basis to support anti revolutionary movements in the interior of France His intrigues with the French royalists were so extensive that when after the coup d etat of 18 Fructidor 1797 the French Directory prepared to open relations with Switzerland it demanded as the first condition the expulsion of


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1945 Numismatics Periodicals

    ns to join the coalition against France But despite the anger felt by the Swiss at the massacre of the Swiss Guards in the defence of the Tuileries by the revolutionaries and the hatred which the Swiss ruling aristocrats felt against the Revolution Lord Robert was confronted with the immutable principle of Swiss neutrality so that he was unable to carry out his mission His successor William Wickham was envoy to the Cantons merely in name His chief task was working from Switzerland as a basis to support anti revolutionary movements in the interior of France His intrigues with the French royalists were so extensive that when after the coup d etat of 18 Fructidor 1797 the French Directory prepared to open relations with Switzerland it demanded as the first condition the expulsion of


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    THE Wickham MARKET HOARD 1 1 Freckenham Suffolk in 1885 Table 7 compares the content of Wickham Market Freckenham for which two estimates are included and other relevant hoards TABLE 7 Hoards of similar composition to Wickham Market Type F JT F HM Little Saxham Hoard A North Norfolk Wickham Market Snettisham 0 0 0 0 0 5 EIS 7 8 0 1 1 55 Irstead 11 26 1 10 2 188 EBH 29 49 0 18 5 221 BHB 2 1 1 0 1


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    14 THE Wickham MARKET HOARD Snettisham series These were followed by EIS and then Irstead which may have been issued at the same time as EBH The latest coinage in the hoard is BEIB The analysis of the Wickham Market hoard and its comparison with earlier die studies of the BEIB coinage suggests that the hoard was closed shortly before the end of production of BEIB probably towards the end of the first qua


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    of a portion of the Dean and Chapter of Chichester s Manor of Crondon estate c 1674 Known as Lucas Wood His declara tion of loyalty on his 1670 token when Charles II was firmly estab lished on his throne would have created difficulty for him if it had appeared on his 1653 token issued in the time of the Commonwealth 214 Obv IOHN MORRIS 1666 a stick of candles Rev IN Wickham HIS HALF PENY I M divided by interlaced stems with leaves and three flowers above stems nowed below m m sixfoil Diameter 20 millimetres B 129 W 172 215 Obv IOHN MORRIS a stick of candles Rev IN WICKHAM 1666 S DM divided by entwined stems etc m m mullet Diameter 15 millimetres W 173 Williamson gives the centre of the reverse of 214 as I Mj only and


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    of a portion of the Dean and Chapter of Chichester s Manor of Crondon estate c 1674 Known as Lucas Wood His declara tion of loyalty on his 1670 token when Charles II was firmly estab lished on his throne would have created difficulty for him if it had appeared on his 1653 token issued in the time of the Commonwealth 214 Obv IOHN MORRIS 1666 a stick of candles Rev IN Wickham HIS HALF PENY I M divided by interlaced stems with leaves and three flowers above stems nowed below m m sixfoil Diameter 20 millimetres B 129 W 172 215 Obv IOHN MORRIS a stick of candles Rev IN WICKHAM 1666 S DM divided by entwined stems etc m m mullet Diameter 15 millimetres W 173 Williamson gives the centre of the reverse of 214 as I Mj only and


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    of a portion of the Dean and Chapter of Chichester s Manor of Crondon estate c 1674 Known as Lucas Wood His declara tion of loyalty on his 1670 token when Charles II was firmly estab lished on his throne would have created difficulty for him if it had appeared on his 1653 token issued in the time of the Commonwealth 214 Obv IOHN MORRIS 1666 a stick of candles Rev IN Wickham HIS HALF PENY I M divided by interlaced stems with leaves and three flowers above stems nowed below m m sixfoil Diameter 20 millimetres B 129 W 172 215 Obv IOHN MORRIS a stick of candles Rev IN WICKHAM 1666 S DM divided by entwined stems etc m m mullet Diameter 15 millimetres W 173 Williamson gives the centre of the reverse of 214 as I Mj only and


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    of a portion of the Dean and Chapter of Chichester s Manor of Crondon estate c 1674 Known as Lucas Wood His declara tion of loyalty on his 1670 token when Charles II was firmly estab lished on his throne would have created difficulty for him if it had appeared on his 1653 token issued in the time of the Commonwealth 214 Obv IOHN MORRIS 1666 a stick of candles Rev IN Wickham HIS HALF PENY I M divided by interlaced stems with leaves and three flowers above stems nowed below m m sixfoil Diameter 20 millimetres B 129 W 172 215 Obv IOHN MORRIS a stick of candles Rev IN WICKHAM 1666 S DM divided by entwined stems etc m m mullet Diameter 15 millimetres W 173 Williamson gives the centre of the reverse of 214 as I Mj only and


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    THE Wickham MARKET HOARD 12 Little Saxham 1990 6 A scattered group of nine coins was found by a metal detector user searching in the parish of Little Saxham in Suffolk between January 1990 and May 1996 Seven of the coins were staters that are likely to have formed part of a single hoard or series of deposits the other two a gold quarter stater and part of a later inscribed ANTED silver unit were some


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 46]

    /1892

    eriod of fifty years under the name of the Bank of Orange County This was in the latter part of the above year On the 7th of June 1813 there was a meeting held in the old court house of those who had taken stock in the enterprise and the following gentlemen were elected as the first board of directors Richard Trimble George Monell John Berber Abraham Schultz James W Wilkin George D Wickham John Duer David M Westcott John G Hurtin Moses Phillips Jr John Bradner Alanson Austin and Reuben Hopkins George D Wickham was elected president and Henry A Townsend of Bath cashier these two officers being all who were necessary to conduct the business at that time The first business after organization was transacted in the house now owned by Charles J Everett adjoining the


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 46]

    /1892

    eriod of fifty years under the name of the Bank of Orange County This was in the latter part of the above year On the 7th of June 1813 there was a meeting held in the old court house of those who had taken stock in the enterprise and the following gentlemen were elected as the first board of directors Richard Trimble George Monell John Berber Abraham Schultz James W Wilkin George D Wickham John Duer David M Westcott John G Hurtin Moses Phillips Jr John Bradner Alanson Austin and Reuben Hopkins George D Wickham was elected president and Henry A Townsend of Bath cashier these two officers being all who were necessary to conduct the business at that time The first business after organization was transacted in the house now owned by Charles J Everett adjoining the


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1964 Numismatics Periodicals

    ween the actual use of a closed crown in England and the interpretation placed upon it The form of a cult object and the order and details of a ceremonial are not necessarily determined by the symbolism which later generations or even contemporary observers read into them they may originate from the taste of an artist or the convenience of a court official and the interpretation be added later Wickham Legg has noted how the loth century was prolific in its elucidation of the details of coronation ritual the explanations tending to increase in number with the passage of time 2 and as an American scholar has happily expressed it things royal can never remain long without some meaningful explanation 3 The history of the closed crown in this country lias already been traced and there see


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1964 Numismatics Periodicals

    ween the actual use of a closed crown in England and the interpretation placed upon it The form of a cult object and the order and details of a ceremonial are not necessarily determined by the symbolism which later generations or even contemporary observers read into them they may originate from the taste of an artist or the convenience of a court official and the interpretation be added later Wickham Legg has noted how the loth century was prolific in its elucidation of the details of coronation ritual the explanations tending to increase in number with the passage of time 2 and as an American scholar has happily expressed it things royal can never remain long without some meaningful explanation 3 The history of the closed crown in this country lias already been traced and there see


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    The June 2014 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Currency



    wn The McNeil reference pictures a different note which was the only previous example known for this issuer That piece is believed to be off the market in a long term collection To our knowledge this is the first public offering from this military issuer Est 1500 2000 339 T 41 Confederate Currency 1862 100 Choice Very Fine No 23637 Plate X Captain and Asst Quartermaster Watkins L Wickham issued this lightly circulated Hoer April 16 1863 Wickham was originally assigned to the staff of General Albert Sidney Johnston After Johnstons at the Battle of Shiloh in April of 1862 Wickham served on the staff of General Benjamin F Cheatham He was promoted to Paymaster in 1864 This well embossed note displays a well inked red manuscript along with a light Montgomery interest paid stamp


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    The June 2014 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Currency



    wn The McNeil reference pictures a different note which was the only previous example known for this issuer That piece is believed to be off the market in a long term collection To our knowledge this is the first public offering from this military issuer Est 1500 2000 339 T 41 Confederate Currency 1862 100 Choice Very Fine No 23637 Plate X Captain and Asst Quartermaster Watkins L Wickham issued this lightly circulated Hoer April 16 1863 Wickham was originally assigned to the staff of General Albert Sidney Johnston After Johnstons at the Battle of Shiloh in April of 1862 Wickham served on the staff of General Benjamin F Cheatham He was promoted to Paymaster in 1864 This well embossed note displays a well inked red manuscript along with a light Montgomery interest paid stamp


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 46]

    /1892

    eriod of fifty years under the name of the Bank of Orange County This was in the latter part of the above year On the 7th of June 1813 there was a meeting held in the old court house of those who had taken stock in the enterprise and the following gentlemen were elected as the first board of directors Richard Trimble George Monell John Berber Abraham Schultz James W Wilkin George D Wickham John Duer David M Westcott John G Hurtin Moses Phillips Jr John Bradner Alanson Austin and Reuben Hopkins George D Wickham was elected president and Henry A Townsend of Bath cashier these two officers being all who were necessary to conduct the business at that time The first business after organization was transacted in the house now owned by Charles J Everett adjoining the


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1925 Numismatics Periodicals

    in the Seventeenth Century 221 Warrington Hamlet of Olney WARRINDEN i WENDOVER WINDOVER 6 WINSLOW 12 Wooburn WOOBVRNE WOBVRNE MIL 3 Woughton on the Green WOOFTON i Wycombe GREAT Wickham WICOME WICCOMBE WIKCOMBE HIGH WICKHAM HIE WICKHAM HEY WICKIAM GREAT WICKOMBE WEST WICK COMBE WICKVM PARRISH 28 The total number of places of issue is 48 The token ers numbered 179 and the number of the varieties of the tokens issued is 222 A noticeable feature in the Bucks series is that with very few exceptions the issuer s initials and the initial of his wife s Christia


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1964 Numismatics Periodicals

    ween the actual use of a closed crown in England and the interpretation placed upon it The form of a cult object and the order and details of a ceremonial are not necessarily determined by the symbolism which later generations or even contemporary observers read into them they may originate from the taste of an artist or the convenience of a court official and the interpretation be added later Wickham Legg has noted how the loth century was prolific in its elucidation of the details of coronation ritual the explanations tending to increase in number with the passage of time 2 and as an American scholar has happily expressed it things royal can never remain long without some meaningful explanation 3 The history of the closed crown in this country lias already been traced and there see


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    Scrip Talk: Summer 2015 Issue

    6/1/2015 Numismatics Numismatics Scrip Periodicals

    mployee s roses had been the site for some of the purloined tokens as it had been buried in the ground near the flowers It took Roy three days to blow holes in each piece of the Kilsyth scrip He recounted that an armed guard watched the destruction of every piece Kilsyth at this time changed to use the K punch Most of the Kilsyth scrip is thus dated 1949 A short time later some of the Wickham scrip was stolen with the result that the M punch scrip came into use as replacement It was Oreo 4 dated 1949 Reportedly some of the No 10 Wickham scrip was buried at Mabscott by a party of the theft Only one or possibly two complete sets of the Wickham No 10 scrip are known By the way a welder s torch destroyed the mentioned Kilsyth No 15 stolen tokens Sloan also noted tha


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    The June 2014 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Currency



    wn The McNeil reference pictures a different note which was the only previous example known for this issuer That piece is believed to be off the market in a long term collection To our knowledge this is the first public offering from this military issuer Est 1500 2000 339 T 41 Confederate Currency 1862 100 Choice Very Fine No 23637 Plate X Captain and Asst Quartermaster Watkins L Wickham issued this lightly circulated Hoer April 16 1863 Wickham was originally assigned to the staff of General Albert Sidney Johnston After Johnstons at the Battle of Shiloh in April of 1862 Wickham served on the staff of General Benjamin F Cheatham He was promoted to Paymaster in 1864 This well embossed note displays a well inked red manuscript along with a light Montgomery interest paid stamp


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 46]

    /1892

    eriod of fifty years under the name of the Bank of Orange County This was in the latter part of the above year On the 7th of June 1813 there was a meeting held in the old court house of those who had taken stock in the enterprise and the following gentlemen were elected as the first board of directors Richard Trimble George Monell John Berber Abraham Schultz James W Wilkin George D Wickham John Duer David M Westcott John G Hurtin Moses Phillips Jr John Bradner Alanson Austin and Reuben Hopkins George D Wickham was elected president and Henry A Townsend of Bath cashier these two officers being all who were necessary to conduct the business at that time The first business after organization was transacted in the house now owned by Charles J Everett adjoining the


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    Financial History

    4/1/2009

    guin Books New York 2008 412 pages with photographs notes Bibliography and index Paperback 16 00 Reviewed by Gregory Dl Morris It is long overdue for rubber to get its due Since Dan Yergin wrote his 1991 epic The Prize on the history of the oil business we have had histories of salt nutmeg codfish even dust Somehow rubber never got its due Now it has This is the story of how Henry Wickham a would be colonial adven turer smuggled 70 000 rubber tree seeds from the Amazon jungle back to the Royal Gardens at Kew in London in 1876 The seedlings that sprouted were transplanted to the far reaches of the Empire breaking forever the Bra zilian monopoly on rubber It is a story filled with swashbuckling adventure and bureaucratic bungling on all sides Jackson has done a magnificent j


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1884 Numismatics; Periodicals

    jw t maw Urtaffrsy s accurtocm d easy bearing fur a in gle indnnt oiscok htm in hi tm prisr In that Instant flare told out bet hand in inch a pretty f aby half rank aaylng Wc are old an t we Mr Howard T Are too going up the hill So am t But at thh icmtot the freckled yowth tsh a Mins WicVhain thetv s a party going 1 to llie rasa Ifcm t vou want U roe it Mis Wickham retortwl rapidly Which were hettei a ynulh ivniiiaturr but devoted all to her aif c r a drwlrabl mail shared with ntuxlirr girl a baa would pa asset aly alistacb more than her piopa r half III till Iiiivt of imiiua lit slae ra ld i d eialed in fovor nf the former She rc gretted it aftarword arsd wished sli had not hot thi ap sxiiiidiy of aliocarag Mr Haswaid how fase


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1925 Numismatics Periodicals

    in the Seventeenth Century 221 Warrington Hamlet of Olney WARRINDEN i WENDOVER WINDOVER 6 WINSLOW 12 Wooburn WOOBVRNE WOBVRNE MIL 3 Woughton on the Green WOOFTON i Wycombe GREAT Wickham WICOME WICCOMBE WIKCOMBE HIGH WICKHAM HIE WICKHAM HEY WICKIAM GREAT WICKOMBE WEST WICK COMBE WICKVM PARRISH 28 The total number of places of issue is 48 The token ers numbered 179 and the number of the varieties of the tokens issued is 222 A noticeable feature in the Bucks series is that with very few exceptions the issuer s initials and the initial of his wife s Christia


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1964 Numismatics Periodicals

    ween the actual use of a closed crown in England and the interpretation placed upon it The form of a cult object and the order and details of a ceremonial are not necessarily determined by the symbolism which later generations or even contemporary observers read into them they may originate from the taste of an artist or the convenience of a court official and the interpretation be added later Wickham Legg has noted how the loth century was prolific in its elucidation of the details of coronation ritual the explanations tending to increase in number with the passage of time 2 and as an American scholar has happily expressed it things royal can never remain long without some meaningful explanation 3 The history of the closed crown in this country lias already been traced and there see


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    BEFORE BOUDICCA THE Wickham MARKET HOARD AND THE MIDDLE PHASE GOLD COINAGE OF EAST ANGLIA JOHN TALBOT AND IAN LEINS 1 The recent hoard of eight hundred and forty gold staters found near Wickham Market in Suffolk is the largest hoard of Iron Age gold coins to come to light since the discovery of the Whaddon Chase hoard in Buckinghamshire in 1849 The new find is comparable in size to the lower estimates of Whaddon Chase and


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    4 THE Wickham MARKET HOARD added to these images The large number of examples of some individual dies and the result ing likelihood of off struck examples has enabled almost complete images to be obtained of a number of individual dies Some illustrations combine elements from five or more individual coins The results of this technique can be seen on Pis 1 6 The photographic die charts will greatly assist


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    6 THE Wickham MARKET HOARD TABLE 5 Average coins per die within the Wickham Market hoard Type Average coins per die Average coins per reverse die Average weight g Adjusted average weight g Snettisham 1 67 1 25 5 58 5 60 EIS 6 47 5 00 5 52 5 57 Irstead 22 12 18 80 5 55 5 60 EBH 24 56 15 79 5 43 5 49 BHB 27 11 28 15 5 40 5 43 Table 5 clearly indicates the relative antiquity of Snettisham and EIS staters and


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    10 THE Wickham MARKET HOARD weight for all coins in each group suggests that group 2 is marginally heavier at 5 44 g compared with 5 43 g for group 1 BIIB types Pis 5 6 BHB staters dominate the Wickham Market hoard accounting for 44 of the coins and increasing the number of known examples from 88 to 454 Five new BHB dies were found in the hoard and many new die links Six known dies were not represented


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    22 THE Wickham MARKET HOARD No OD RD Discovery Weight No OD RD Discovery Weight 651 J 10 MD 5 41 834 M 13 MD 5 40 652 J 10 MD 5 44 835 M 13 MD 5 42 653 J 10 MD 5 46 836 M 13 EX SF 1023 5 27 654 J 10 MD 5 40 837 M 13 EX SF 1025 5 35 655 J 10 MD 5 40 838 N 13 EX add 5 43 656 J 10 MD 5 45 839 P 13 MD 5 34 657 J 10 MD 5 50 840 P 13 MD 5 43 APPENDIX 2 NOTES ON PRODUCING COMPOSITE IMAGES The techniqu


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    Day's New-York Bank Note List and Counterfeit Detecter

    4/3/1846 Counterfeits and counterfeiting; Bank notes

    uly 1 1829 Ti letUr E dated Jan 9 1839 John T Norton Pros R Yak Oaak Badly ograrod aad fil Dag up vrorno i 1 letters A a pay to l Mulfit dated July 1 1829 paper of a deeper yellow than the genuine u te Eo graving oft e woman and churn badly executed O u I v A IA I If I tf j 1830 pay to S i owusi nd A Murray Cash G D Wickham Pres Paper very had Orleans Bank of Albion i J Ward Pres F Clarke Cash i B i 1 etl r B ot various dates and payable to different psr i ons Clark Cash and Alexander Ward Pros altered from throes The vignette at each ond of th i hill is covered o cr ns also the two tignre 3 s at the top Otsego County Bank Cooperstown Robert Campbell Pres Scot Cish 5 h l


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    Thompson's Bank Note Reporter, 2/14/1846

    2/14/1846

    ock well Cash J 5 s letl E pay to C Jones ibited lltica Aug I HKMj BiKntO A H JoliUMui i rev nn Hock well Cash Paper thin impression coarse and pale Also some dated Jan 1 1834 No 723 pay to S D Cbtlds Also Jan l 1834 No 372 5 leit P in German text payable at branch in Utica B b under Pres 5 t dated May 1 1836 signed H Rocliewe Cash A B Johns Wickham Pres A S Murray Cash J 3 t letus A a pay to T Decker April 1 1832 olhers of same letlerand dale pay to J Wheal J s Ielt A a dated Aug 3 1S3 I signed Jn Smith Pres Ii Seward Cash pay to E Jansen Others dated Ocu 3 1S3I J s letts A a dated April 4 1831 pay to S Wara Vignette pale signatures stilT 5 s letts A a dated Jan 1 1835 pay 9 Town sen


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    undertakings The company has a capital of 355 000 paid in and owns and occupies one of the finest buildings in the city A strong feature of the Merchants Trust Company s business meth ods is that it collects all California items at par Immediate advice is rendered and remittances are made bi weekly Officers W L Brent president L L Elliott vice president and general manager J C Wickham cashier L D Williams assistant cash ier Clarence A Miller counsel Frederick B Braden assistant trust officer Directors W L Brent L L Elliott Mark G Jones W F Botts ford J C Wickham George A Parkyns T H Dudley C A Miller Edwin M Hills The Bank of Southern California The Bank of Southern California was opened for business May 7i 1906 under very promising aus


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    Day's New-York Bank Note List and Counterfeit Detecter

    4/3/1846 Counterfeits and counterfeiting; Bank notes

    uly 1 1829 Ti letUr E dated Jan 9 1839 John T Norton Pros R Yak Oaak Badly ograrod aad fil Dag up vrorno i 1 letters A a pay to l Mulfit dated July 1 1829 paper of a deeper yellow than the genuine u te Eo graving oft e woman and churn badly executed O u I v A IA I If I tf j 1830 pay to S i owusi nd A Murray Cash G D Wickham Pres Paper very had Orleans Bank of Albion i J Ward Pres F Clarke Cash i B i 1 etl r B ot various dates and payable to different psr i ons Clark Cash and Alexander Ward Pros altered from throes The vignette at each ond of th i hill is covered o cr ns also the two tignre 3 s at the top Otsego County Bank Cooperstown Robert Campbell Pres Scot Cish 5 h l


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    the tokenage period The Register of such cupples as shallbe mariede at chepinge wickombe in the county of Bucks from and after the five and twentithe day of March ano demi 1612 is in very bad condition the edges having worn to shreds and fragments perished and Baptismal entries are deficient 1629 34 1648 52 and 1653 73 195 Obv THOMAS ATKINES HIS HALF PENY Rev OF Wickham 1668 T E A x cinquefoil stops m m mullet B 117 W 155 196 Obv then m m THOMAS BATES Prince of Wales plumes Rev IN WICKHAM 1661 T B cinquefoils m m mullet B 118 W 156 196A Obv THOMAS BATES three feathers or posies on leaved stalks in a pot Rev As No 196 m m mullet Variety unpublished On No 196 the mint mark preceded by a d


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    Buckinghamshire Trade Tokens issued 190 century until the nineteenth century The Marsh Mill was in their occupation in 1733 A Stephen Bates was Mayor of Wycombe 1650 and Richard Bates was a Draper in Wycombe in 1724 197 Obv SAMVELL BOYDREY King s bust to right Rev IN GREAT Wickham S I B m m cinquefoil Hitherto unpublished The existence of this token has been known for some years past but it was so jealously guarded that it was not possible to obtain a description of it until its recent acquisition by Mr A E Taplin who occupied offices 12 Oxford Street on the site of a long ago hostelry The King s Head The Bowdrey family were prominent in the tokenag


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    192 Buckinghamshire Trade Tokens issued the Wycombe rate list of 1782 shows Mr Richard Butterfield of Wooburn See No 220 202 Obv THO DIMARSH OF a sugar loaf Rev HIGH Wickham 1668 T X A D cinquefoils m m rosette B 120 W 160 203 Obv WILLIAM FISHER Clothworkers Arms Rev IN WIKCOMBE 1652 W A F m m mullet B 121 W 161 The p register shows 1635 William Fisher Anna Gray married 8 February William Fisher was Mayor of Wycombe 1651 204 Obv ROBERT FRIER a Tudor rose Rev IN HIE WICKHAM R F a rose stop m m m


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    of land in Little Pens Mead 1682 1686 210 Obv THOMAS LEECH 1667 a lion rampant Rev IN WEST WICKCOMBE I HIS HALFE PENNY tT a m m sixfoil B 126 W 168 A blurred form before the m m has the appearance of a sitting swan There is an obverse impression of this token the impression being shown incuse on the reverse 21 1 Obv RICHARD LVCAS a lion rampant Rev IN Wickham 1653 R D L m m mullet B 128 W 171 212 Obv A variety with a smaller lion Rev Initials R D L larger the lower stroke of L lines with the top of R and there are triangular stops after the date 1653 213 Obv RICH LVCAS OF WICKHAM R D L 1670 Rev RATHER DEAD THEN DISLOYAL a lion rampant m m mullet B 127 W 169 Nos 21 1 and 212 are 15 millimetres


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    in the Seventeenth Century 19 7 Williamson s 175 is PARKHAM date 1666 and his 176 PARHAM date 1668 It is suggested that these were described from worn coins from the same die In the p register there is an entry 1639 Elexsander Parnam Katherin Noble mar 19 May There is still a Greyhound Inn in the town 218 Obv IOHN ROWELL IN HIG H Joiners Arms Rev Wickham 1667 centre stop a sixfoil HIS HALFE PENY i m m m sixfoil B 131 W 177 Two specimens of this token have been dug up in the town See p 189 re the p register A decipherable entry is 1635 Thos Rowell Katherina Her ringman mar d 19 Aug 219 Obv THOMAS I TAYLOR a roll of tobacco Rev IN WICOME T E T all mullet stops m m mullet Hitherto unpublish


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1929 Numismatics Periodicals

    the tokenage period The Register of such cupples as shallbe mariede at chepinge wickombe in the county of Bucks from and after the five and twentithe day of March ano demi 1612 is in very bad condition the edges having worn to shreds and fragments perished and Baptismal entries are deficient 1629 34 1648 52 and 1653 73 195 Obv THOMAS ATKINES HIS HALF PENY Rev OF Wickham 1668 T E A x cinquefoil stops m m mullet B 117 W 155 196 Obv then m m THOMAS BATES Prince of Wales plumes Rev IN WICKHAM 1661 T B cinquefoils m m mullet B 118 W 156 196A Obv THOMAS BATES three feathers or posies on leaved stalks in a pot Rev As No 196 m m mullet Variety unpublished On No 196 the mint mark preceded by a d


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    Buckinghamshire Trade Tokens issued 190 century until the nineteenth century The Marsh Mill was in their occupation in 1733 A Stephen Bates was Mayor of Wycombe 1650 and Richard Bates was a Draper in Wycombe in 1724 197 Obv SAMVELL BOYDREY King s bust to right Rev IN GREAT Wickham S I B m m cinquefoil Hitherto unpublished The existence of this token has been known for some years past but it was so jealously guarded that it was not possible to obtain a description of it until its recent acquisition by Mr A E Taplin who occupied offices 12 Oxford Street on the site of a long ago hostelry The King s Head The Bowdrey family were prominent in the tokenag


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    192 Buckinghamshire Trade Tokens issued the Wycombe rate list of 1782 shows Mr Richard Butterfield of Wooburn See No 220 202 Obv THO DIMARSH OF a sugar loaf Rev HIGH Wickham 1668 T X A D cinquefoils m m rosette B 120 W 160 203 Obv WILLIAM FISHER Clothworkers Arms Rev IN WIKCOMBE 1652 W A F m m mullet B 121 W 161 The p register shows 1635 William Fisher Anna Gray married 8 February William Fisher was Mayor of Wycombe 1651 204 Obv ROBERT FRIER a Tudor rose Rev IN HIE WICKHAM R F a rose stop m m m


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    of land in Little Pens Mead 1682 1686 210 Obv THOMAS LEECH 1667 a lion rampant Rev IN WEST WICKCOMBE I HIS HALFE PENNY tT a m m sixfoil B 126 W 168 A blurred form before the m m has the appearance of a sitting swan There is an obverse impression of this token the impression being shown incuse on the reverse 21 1 Obv RICHARD LVCAS a lion rampant Rev IN Wickham 1653 R D L m m mullet B 128 W 171 212 Obv A variety with a smaller lion Rev Initials R D L larger the lower stroke of L lines with the top of R and there are triangular stops after the date 1653 213 Obv RICH LVCAS OF WICKHAM R D L 1670 Rev RATHER DEAD THEN DISLOYAL a lion rampant m m mullet B 127 W 169 Nos 21 1 and 212 are 15 millimetres


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    in the Seventeenth Century 19 7 Williamson s 175 is PARKHAM date 1666 and his 176 PARHAM date 1668 It is suggested that these were described from worn coins from the same die In the p register there is an entry 1639 Elexsander Parnam Katherin Noble mar 19 May There is still a Greyhound Inn in the town 218 Obv IOHN ROWELL IN HIG H Joiners Arms Rev Wickham 1667 centre stop a sixfoil HIS HALFE PENY i m m m sixfoil B 131 W 177 Two specimens of this token have been dug up in the town See p 189 re the p register A decipherable entry is 1635 Thos Rowell Katherina Her ringman mar d 19 Aug 219 Obv THOMAS I TAYLOR a roll of tobacco Rev IN WICOME T E T all mullet stops m m mullet Hitherto unpublish


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    hich evidently shew that at that remote period these divided parts were circulated as a and d Mrs Sheppard was indeed of Campsey Ash but she also had an estate at Thwaite some twenty miles distant Another original account of the find is in the Essex Standard February 1832 which reads as follows A short time since a man employed in removing the butt of an oak pollard recently felled at Wickham Skeith near Eye Suffolk discovered several packages containing ancient coins of different kinds In one of the packets there were as many as 500 of these interesting relics of bygone days and there were several others smaller making in all about 700 Unacquainted with their value as antiquarian curiosities the man took them to the chandler s shop and finding that they would not purchas


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    NEWFOUNDLAND McAUSLANE TOKEN APPEARANCES

    NEWFOUNDLAND McAUSLANE TOKEN APPEARANCES

    09/15/2002

    ion July 1904 3 Wayte Raymond W W C Wilson collection Nov 1925 4 Max Mehl William Forrester Dunham collection June 1941 5 New Netherlands et al A N A sale Aug 1952 6 Jeffrey Hoare Auctions sale no 72 Jan 2002 The cataloguer of the Hoare sale states that otherappearances in the Nov 1926 and Nov 1927 W W C Wilson sales also by Wayte Raymond Also they refer toa P M Wickham collection sold in 1947 but they do notmention the auction house which ran the sale Could our readers please check their copies of theRaymond sales for Nov 26 Nov 27 and also May1928 to verify if specimens of this token were indeed inthose sales It seems incredible that Wilson could havehad as many as 50 of the suspected population of thesetokens Also if anyone has information on the W


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