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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    7/4/2017

    Highlight: Cent by Dillard Wilcox, Jack H. AVA#940 Wilcox, Peggy AVA 966 MERRY CHRISTMAS / MY 20TH / RTE #103 / 08902 / “JACK THE MAILMAN” y □ 1973-D Lincoln cent. [940C, delisted 2009] [LPE-134] □ nickel, 6 issued. □ dime, 6 issued. □ quarter, 6 issued. □ half, 6 issued. MERRY XMAS / NORTH / N. / J. / BRUNSWICK / JACK AND PEG WILCOX y □ 1971-D Lincoln cent by C7. [940B, delisted 2009] NOEL / 1974 / NOEL / (angels) / PEG & JACK / WILCOX y □ 1974-D Lincoln cent, 200 issued. [940D, delisted 2009] [LPE- 169] ITS CHRISTMAS 1975 / (drummer) / PA-RUM-PUM-PUM-PUM / PEG &JACK / WILCOX y □ 1975-D Lincoln cent. [940E, delisted 2009] SANTA, NEW JERSEY BOUND / 1976 / JACK & PEG WILCOXln cent. [940F, delisted 2009] NOEL FROM NEW JERSEY / 1977 / WILCOX / JACK & PEG WILCOX y □ 1977-D Lincoln

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 17.00 1862. Very fine, Stickney, 1907 6.50 1862. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 17.00 1863. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.00 1863. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 10.50 1864. Very fine, Smith, 1906 7.00 1864. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 17.50 1865. Very fine, Smith, 1906 10.00 1865. Brilliant proof, Leeds, 1906 32.00 1865. Brilliant proof, Jewett, 1909 41.00 1866. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.00 1866. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 9.00 1867. Very fine, Smith, 1906 7.50 1867. Proof, Wilcox, 1901 21.00 1867. Brilliant proof, Jewett, 1909 33.00 1868. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 5.50 1868. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 6.50 1869. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.50 1869. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 15.00 1870. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 15.00 1870. Very fine, Stickney, 1907 8.00 1870s. Only one specime

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 17.00 1862. Very fine, Stickney, 1907 6.50 1862. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 17.00 1863. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.00 1863. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 10.50 1864. Very fine, Smith, 1906 7.00 1864. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 17.50 1865. Very fine, Smith, 1906 10.00 1865. Brilliant proof, Leeds, 1906 32.00 1865. Brilliant proof, Jewett, 1909 41.00 1866. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.00 1866. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 9.00 1867. Very fine, Smith, 1906 7.50 1867. Proof, Wilcox, 1901 21.00 1867. Brilliant proof, Jewett, 1909 33.00 1868. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 5.50 1868. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 6.50 1869. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.50 1869. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 15.00 1870. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 15.00 1870. Very fine, Stickney, 1907 8.00 1870s. Only one specime

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    Virgil Brand Ledgers Finding Aid (Gold Proofs)

    /2017

    Highlight: Wilcox 2/18/97 38660, S.H. Chapman 5/14/07 46925, Dewitt Smith 15230 ? 17099 ? 16822, C.S. Wilcox 2/18/97 16826, C.S. Wilcox 2/18/97 13965 91999, Wurtzbach 16829, C.S. Wilcox 2/18/97 1865 0 63645, S.H. Chapman 1/11/13 91933, Wurtzbach 63646, S.H. Chapman 1/11/13 16819, C.S. Wilcox 2/18/97 63647, S.H. Chapman 1/11/13 46926 ?, Dewitt Smith 63648, S.H. Chapman 1/11/13 63649, S.H. Chapman 1/11/13 63650, S.H. Chapman 1/11/13 16830, C.S. Wilcox 2/18/97 1866 0 99724, H.O. Granberg 9/3/20 37375, S.H. Chapman 3/25/07 46877, Dewitt Smith 91934, Wurtzbach 99725, H.O. Granberg 9/3/20 37376, S.H. Chapman 3/25/07 99726, H.O. Granberg 9/3/20 37377, S.H. Chapman 3/25/07 46927, Dewitt Smith 95621 99727, H.O. Granberg 9/3/20 37378, S.H. Chapman 3/25/07 99728, H.O. Granberg 9/3/20 37379, S.H. Chapman 3/25/07

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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    /1978

    Highlight: Wilcox County, Ala., and Wilcox County Bank, Camden, Wilcox County, Ala. Names of banks and type of transaction Wilcox (16708), which had After the purchase was effected, the receiving bank had Banking offices Total assets"' In To be operation operated $12,664,000 1 750,000 0 11,608,000 1 COMPTROLLER’S DECISION On March 7, 1978, application was made to the Comp- troller of the Currency for prior written approval for Town-Country National Bank, Camden, Wilcox County, Ala. (“Assuming Bank”), to purchase certain of the assets and assume certain of the liabilities of Wilcox County Bank, Camden, Wilcox County, Ala. (“Wilcox”). On March 1, 1978, Wilcox was a state-chartered bank operating

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 4.50 1854d. Very good, Smith, 1906 22.50 1854d. Very line, Wilcox, 1901 10.00 1854o. Very good, Smith, 1906 4.00 1854o. Very good, Wilcox, 1901 4.00 1855. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 4.00 1855. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 4.50 1855s. Fine, Smith, 1906 6.25 1855s. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 7.25 1856. Very fine, Smith, 1906 4.50 1856. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.25 1856s. Very good, Smith, 1906 4.00 1856s. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.75 1857. Very fine, Smith, 1906 4.50 1857. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.00 1857s. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.50 1857s. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 4.50 1858. Very fine, Smith, 1906 8.00 1858. Very fine. Wilcox, 1901 10.00 1859. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 5.50 1859. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.25 1860. Extremely fine, Stickncy, 1907 6.00 1860. Extremely fine,

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 20.00 1877. Extremely fine, Jewett, 1909 85.00 1878. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 4.00 1878. Uncirculated, Elder, 1908 5.00 1879. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 3.75 1879. Proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.50 1880. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 4.50 1880. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 5.50 1881. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 11.00 1881. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 10.00 1882. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 11.00 1882. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 6.00 1883. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 5.00 1883. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 6.00 1884. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 6.50 1884. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.75 1885. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 7.00 1885. Brilliant proof, Wilcox0 1886. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 8.00 1886. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.00 1887. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 6.75

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 4.50 1854d. Very good, Smith, 1906 22.50 1854d. Very line, Wilcox, 1901 10.00 1854o. Very good, Smith, 1906 4.00 1854o. Very good, Wilcox, 1901 4.00 1855. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 4.00 1855. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 4.50 1855s. Fine, Smith, 1906 6.25 1855s. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 7.25 1856. Very fine, Smith, 1906 4.50 1856. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.25 1856s. Very good, Smith, 1906 4.00 1856s. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.75 1857. Very fine, Smith, 1906 4.50 1857. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.00 1857s. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.50 1857s. Very fine, Wilcox, 1901 4.50 1858. Very fine, Smith, 1906 8.00 1858. Very fine. Wilcox, 1901 10.00 1859. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 5.50 1859. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 5.25 1860. Extremely fine, Stickncy, 1907 6.00 1860. Extremely fine,

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 20.00 1877. Extremely fine, Jewett, 1909 85.00 1878. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 4.00 1878. Uncirculated, Elder, 1908 5.00 1879. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 3.75 1879. Proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.50 1880. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 4.50 1880. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 5.50 1881. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 11.00 1881. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 10.00 1882. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 11.00 1882. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 6.00 1883. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 5.00 1883. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 6.00 1884. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 6.50 1884. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.75 1885. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 7.00 1885. Brilliant proof, Wilcox0 1886. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 8.00 1886. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.00 1887. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 6.75

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 70]

    /1905

    Highlight: The firm of Wilcox & Son, of which the aepositor, Henry P. Wilcox, was a member, were also customers of the bankrupts; but on the day the bank suspended payment, their account was overdrawn to the amount of $6.57. The individual deposits of Jennie A. Wilcox, amounting to $165.66, and of Henry P. Wilcox, of $255.05, were on July 1, 1903, trans- ferred by them in writing to Wilcox & Son, who were then indebted to the bank in the small overdraft above stated, and were also liable to the bank as makers and indorsers of promissory notes in the amount of $455. WiU cox ft Son sought to offset against their liability to the bankrupts the sum of $420.70, the amount of the claims assigned to them. It was conceded that the accounts of the depositors above mentioned were assigned and transferred in th

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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 1, no. 1-2

    1/9/1967

    Highlight: Wilcox of Adrian Adrian, Michigan 5 F William Seward Wilcox was born April 25, 1819, at Riga, Monroe Co., New York. The family moved to Milan, Ohio for a few years, and then to Adrian, Michigan in September 1836. In 1848 Wm. S. Wilcox and a man named Chappell opened a hardware store in Adrian. Eighteen months later Wilcox bought his partner's share of the business, and until after the Civil War ran it as the Wm. S. Wilcox Hardware. Later the name changed to Wilcox and Bro . and eventually became Wilcox Bros, and Co. The business continued until after 1950 under the Wilcox name. It was located in later years on the south side of West Maumee St. Wm. S. Wilcox was active in civic affairs, and served as Mayor of Adrian. In 1864 he was elected to the state legisla- ture, and later to the state

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: Wilcoxed in the hardware business with a partner named Chappell. After eighteen months he took over the entire business and ran it until 1867 as a sole proprietorship. In 1857 he built one of the first brick buildings in Adrian to house his business at 1 13 West Maumee. Although damaged by fire in 2000, the original facade of the building is still standing.^ This is the business advertised on Mr. WilcoxMI 005F, and was struck by Shubael Davis Childs of Chicago, Illinois. Four varieties of this token are known, ranging in rarity from R4 to R9. Obverse Die for Ml 005 F In 1867 his brother Henry Wilcox joined him as a partner, and the firm became known as Wilcox & Brother. In 1873 the firm’s name was changed to Wilcox Bros, and Co. to

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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 1, no. 1-2

    1/9/1967

    Highlight: Wilcox of Adrian Adrian, Michigan 5 F William Seward Wilcox was born April 25, 1819, at Riga, Monroe Co., New York. The family moved to Milan, Ohio for a few years, and then to Adrian, Michigan in September 1836. In 1848 Wm. S. Wilcox and a man named Chappell opened a hardware store in Adrian. Eighteen months later Wilcox bought his partner's share of the business, and until after the Civil War ran it as the Wm. S. Wilcox Hardware. Later the name changed to Wilcox and Bro . and eventually became Wilcox Bros, and Co. The business continued until after 1950 under the Wilcox name. It was located in later years on the south side of West Maumee St. Wm. S. Wilcox was active in civic affairs, and served as Mayor of Adrian. In 1864 he was elected to the state legisla- ture, and later to the state

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: Wilcoxed in the hardware business with a partner named Chappell. After eighteen months he took over the entire business and ran it until 1867 as a sole proprietorship. In 1857 he built one of the first brick buildings in Adrian to house his business at 1 13 West Maumee. Although damaged by fire in 2000, the original facade of the building is still standing.^ This is the business advertised on Mr. WilcoxMI 005F, and was struck by Shubael Davis Childs of Chicago, Illinois. Four varieties of this token are known, ranging in rarity from R4 to R9. Obverse Die for Ml 005 F In 1867 his brother Henry Wilcox joined him as a partner, and the firm became known as Wilcox & Brother. In 1873 the firm’s name was changed to Wilcox Bros, and Co. to

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    WAYNE WILCOX (1936-2016)

    03/20/2016

    Highlight: WAYNE WILCOX (1936-2016) http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v19n12a07.html

    Tom Kays notified me of the passing of E-Sylum subscriber Wayne Wilcox. Thanks - we're very sorry to hear the news. Here is a short notice from the Montgomery County Coin Club of Maryland. -Editor

    Wilcox">Wayne <b style=Wilcoxet="utf-8"> The Montgomery County Coin Club was saddened to learn that long time member Wayne Wilcox died peacefully at home on

    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: Wilcox was first married at Benton, Elkhart County, Indiana on May 10, Q 1842 to Miss Sarah Frances Clay. They had three sons, two of whom died in infancy. The surviving son became a partner in the firm of Wilcox Bros. & Co. Mrs. Wilcox passed away on February 12, 1852, and Mr. Wilcox was married again on August 17, 1854 to Miss Josephine Southworth. There were no children from this second marriage. William Seward Wilcox died in Adrian on September 15, 1893.'^ NOTES 1 . Robinson, Chester, “Wm. S. Wilcox of Adrian,” Journal of the Civil War Token Societ}\Vo\. l,No. 1 (Autumn 1967), p. 14. 2. Whitney, W. A. and Bonner, R. 1., Histoiy and Biographical Record of Lenawee Count}', Michigan, Vol. /, W. Stearns & Co., Adrian, Ml, 1879, pp. 58, 23 1 - 233 ’, 274-276, 362-363. 3. Barr, Peter,

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 10]

    /1856

    Highlight: Wilcox & Co., Ivy Mills, Penn. These parties have been extensively engaged in the manufacture of bank-note paper, and have acquired the reputation of furnishing a superior article. The specimens offered for premium have been carefully examined, and the strength of each sample has been fully and impartially tested by an experiment showing the number of pounds each half-sheet would sustain, and the exact weight necessary to break it apart. In these experiments, the Committee were assisted by a gentleman eminently qualified for the duty, and his report (which accompanies this) will show in detail the full and exact results of the trial. These experiments were very satisfactory, showing that the paper of both manufacturers was very strong. The specimens of each manufacture, considered best by

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 48]

    /1894

    Highlight: Wilcoxuble-eagles to the Treas- ury at Washington from various parts of the country show that he did business on a much larger scale than was imagined. Up to the date of his final arrest by Government detectives he must have treated in his peculiar and ingenious fashion at least $50,000 worth of gold coin. He left a trail of it all the way from Denver v to Baltimore. According to his own account, Wilcox was able to earn $50 a day at this sort of work, with only four or five hours toil. The industry was easy as well as lucrative. He was almost safe from detection, the clip- ping being done so scientifically” that only an expert would suspect it. Bv cutting a rim from around the

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    Taylor's United States Money Reporter and Gold and Silver Coin Examiner

    15/6/1847

    Highlight: Wilcox, Pres., Walter M. Conkey, Cash.] :> Lansing, pres. Paper thin. '1 he female in the vig. 3’s, let. 1. pay A. Hunter, dated Oct. 7, 1838. S has but thvee lingers on one of her hands. "Five 3’s, let. 1. pay A. Hunter, Norwich, Oct. 7, 1S38, S Dollars” in margin irregular. Abraham Raimond, cash., Ira Wilcoxtouching the nose of the horse. 5’s, let. D. pay to E. Williams, May 2, 1825. ■ 5’s, old plate, let B, vig a female and agncultu- 5’ 8 | pay C. Clark, May 4, 18.12, Jas: Bird tall, \ ral implements— A. C. Lansing, pres Jas. Reid, cash., Ira Wilcox, pres. Others, let. B. pay N. Ely, J, cash— letter “ S” in “Bank of Lansingburgh” July 4, 1832. ) larger than the other letters. IPs,

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: Wilcox was first married at Benton, Elkhart County, Indiana on May 10, Q 1842 to Miss Sarah Frances Clay. They had three sons, two of whom died in infancy. The surviving son became a partner in the firm of Wilcox Bros. & Co. Mrs. Wilcox passed away on February 12, 1852, and Mr. Wilcox was married again on August 17, 1854 to Miss Josephine Southworth. There were no children from this second marriage. William Seward Wilcox died in Adrian on September 15, 1893.'^ NOTES 1 . Robinson, Chester, “Wm. S. Wilcox of Adrian,” Journal of the Civil War Token Societ}\Vo\. l,No. 1 (Autumn 1967), p. 14. 2. Whitney, W. A. and Bonner, R. 1., Histoiy and Biographical Record of Lenawee Count}', Michigan, Vol. /, W. Stearns & Co., Adrian, Ml, 1879, pp. 58, 23 1 - 233 ’, 274-276, 362-363. 3. Barr, Peter,

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 10]

    /1856

    Highlight: Wilcox & Co., Ivy Mills, Penn. These parties have been extensively engaged in the manufacture of bank-note paper, and have acquired the reputation of furnishing a superior article. The specimens offered for premium have been carefully examined, and the strength of each sample has been fully and impartially tested by an experiment showing the number of pounds each half-sheet would sustain, and the exact weight necessary to break it apart. In these experiments, the Committee were assisted by a gentleman eminently qualified for the duty, and his report (which accompanies this) will show in detail the full and exact results of the trial. These experiments were very satisfactory, showing that the paper of both manufacturers was very strong. The specimens of each manufacture, considered best by

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 48]

    /1894

    Highlight: Wilcoxuble-eagles to the Treas- ury at Washington from various parts of the country show that he did business on a much larger scale than was imagined. Up to the date of his final arrest by Government detectives he must have treated in his peculiar and ingenious fashion at least $50,000 worth of gold coin. He left a trail of it all the way from Denver v to Baltimore. According to his own account, Wilcox was able to earn $50 a day at this sort of work, with only four or five hours toil. The industry was easy as well as lucrative. He was almost safe from detection, the clip- ping being done so scientifically” that only an expert would suspect it. Bv cutting a rim from around the

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    Taylor's United States Money Reporter and Gold and Silver Coin Examiner

    15/6/1847

    Highlight: Wilcox, Pres., Walter M. Conkey, Cash.] :> Lansing, pres. Paper thin. '1 he female in the vig. 3’s, let. 1. pay A. Hunter, dated Oct. 7, 1838. S has but thvee lingers on one of her hands. "Five 3’s, let. 1. pay A. Hunter, Norwich, Oct. 7, 1S38, S Dollars” in margin irregular. Abraham Raimond, cash., Ira Wilcoxtouching the nose of the horse. 5’s, let. D. pay to E. Williams, May 2, 1825. ■ 5’s, old plate, let B, vig a female and agncultu- 5’ 8 | pay C. Clark, May 4, 18.12, Jas: Bird tall, \ ral implements— A. C. Lansing, pres Jas. Reid, cash., Ira Wilcox, pres. Others, let. B. pay N. Ely, J, cash— letter “ S” in “Bank of Lansingburgh” July 4, 1832. ) larger than the other letters. IPs,

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    Thompson's Bank Note Reporter, 2/19/1846

    19/2/1846

    Highlight: Wilcox, Pres , Walter M. Coukey, Cash.) 3's, lett I. pay A. Hunter, dated Oct. 7, 1838. 3's, lett I. pay A. Hunter, dated Norwich, Oct. 7, 1838, signed Abraham Rainiond, Cash., Ira Wil- cox, Pres., both names in one handwriting. Some signed by Walter M. Conkey, Cash. 3's, lett D. pay to E. Williams, May 2, 1825. 3'8, pay to C. Clark, dateil May 4, 1882,signed James Birdsall, Cash., Ira Wilcox, Pres. Others, lett B. pay N. Ely, July 4, 1832. 3's,lett E. dated Norwich, Oct 4, 1835, pay M. Barber,signed James Phedeall, Cash., Ira WilcoxE. Murray, Pres., D. Crawford, Cash. Paper light 3's, lett T. pay H. Stone, Norwich, Nov. 10, 1837, James Pliidall, Cash., Ira Wilcox, Pres. 5's, lett T. pay to H. Maxwell,

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: Wilcox of Adrian, Michigan A1 Rayburn (with a major assist from William Luitje) [This is an update of an article by Chester Robinson in the Journal’s first issue in Autumn 1967.' It contributes new information not available at that time.] William Seward Wilcox was born on April 25, 1819, at Riga, Monroe County, New York to Austin and Clarissa (Nettleton) Wilcoxilliam moved to Milan, Ohio with his brother-in-law, Ira Bidwell, in early 1836 and worked as a clerk in Mr. Bidwell’s dry goods store. On September 18, 1836, Mr. Bidwell moved his business to Adrian, Michigan. Mr. Wilcox accompanied him on his move and remained

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 21]

    /1867

    Highlight: drawn by one Wilcox recourse on said defendants, aud were accepted by plaintiff in part payment of said bill, and that, on the same day, the defendant paid to plaintiff, in money, the balance on said bill, who there- upon delivered said bill to defendant to be cancelled. 3. Payment before the commencement of the suit. To the second paragraph of the answer, plaintiff replied : 1. That the bills drawn by Wilcox on Pierce, though presented at maturity, were never paid, and that said Wilcox and Pierce, at the maturity thereof, were both wholly insolvent. 2. That at the time of the dk livery of said bills by Wilcox on Pierce to the plaintiff, the defendant fraudulently represented to the plaintiff that

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 30.00 1863. Brilliant proof, Lockwood, 1905 40.00 1864. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 27.50 1864. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 46.00 1865. Uncirculated, 1906 20.00 1865. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 34.00 1866. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 10.00 1866. Brilliant proof, Wilcox6 7.75 1868. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 9.00 1869. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 13.00 1870. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 9.00 1870. Fine, Kuntz, 1908 4.00 1870s. Extremely fine, Smith, 1906 70.00 1870s. Proof, Green, 1907 135.00 1870s. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 105.00 1871. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 10.00 1872. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 10.00 1873. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 4.75

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

    14/2/1846

    Highlight: Wilcox, Pres., Walter M. Conkey, Cash.] 3's. lett. I. pay A. Hunter, dated Oct. 7, 1838. a's.lett. I. pay A. Hunier.dated Norwich, Oct 7,1838, signet! Abraham Raimond, Cash., Ira Wil- cox, Pres., both names in one handwriting. Some signed bv Walter M. Conkey, Cash. 3'8. lelt D. pay to E. Williams, Mav 2. 1B2S. 3's, pay to C. Clark, dated May 4. lB32,sicned James Birdsall, Cash., Ira Wilcox, Pres. Others, lett B. pay N. Ely, July 4, 1832. S's.lett E. dated Norwich. Oct 4, 1835, pay M. Barber, -igiied James Phedeall, Cash., Ira Wilcox. E. Murray, Pres., D. Crawford. Cash. Paprr light A's, lett T. pay H. Stone, Norwich, Nov. 10, 1857, James Phidall, Cash., Ira Wilcox, Pres. a's, lett T. pay to H. Maxwell,

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    Thompson's Bank Note Reporter, 2/19/1846

    19/2/1846

    Highlight: Wilcox, Pres , Walter M. Coukey, Cash.) 3's, lett I. pay A. Hunter, dated Oct. 7, 1838. 3's, lett I. pay A. Hunter, dated Norwich, Oct. 7, 1838, signed Abraham Rainiond, Cash., Ira Wil- cox, Pres., both names in one handwriting. Some signed by Walter M. Conkey, Cash. 3's, lett D. pay to E. Williams, May 2, 1825. 3'8, pay to C. Clark, dateil May 4, 1882,signed James Birdsall, Cash., Ira Wilcox, Pres. Others, lett B. pay N. Ely, July 4, 1832. 3's,lett E. dated Norwich, Oct 4, 1835, pay M. Barber,signed James Phedeall, Cash., Ira WilcoxE. Murray, Pres., D. Crawford, Cash. Paper light 3's, lett T. pay H. Stone, Norwich, Nov. 10, 1837, James Pliidall, Cash., Ira Wilcox, Pres. 5's, lett T. pay to H. Maxwell,

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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 139-141

    1/1/1958

    Highlight: Aaron Wilcox and David Wilcox, all of Hebron, and probably Alpheus Wickwire of Norwich. David Wilcoxs, Samuel Ingham, had shared a room with David at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gale. In a chest in the room of her lodgers Mrs. Gale discovered a letter which indicated that Ingham was passing counterfeits. He was arrested and was examined by Bulkley, an assistant, at Colchester on March 7, 1749. It appeared that Ingham received from David Wilcox a £3 Connecticut counterfeit bill (Plates XXXI-XXXII) and passed it off to a Mr. White at Killingworth and a similar note to one Rossiter of the same

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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 139-141

    1/1/1958

    Highlight: I53-I54- Wilcox, Aaron, 98, 99, 220. Wilcox, David, Jr., 94, 98. Wilcox, Elias, 94, 99, 178, 216. Wilcox (alias Wilcoxen), Ephraim, 130. Wilcox, Sadoce, 193. Wilder, Asaph, 212, 213. Wiley, Jacob, 107, 109, 117, 118, 119. Wilkinson, Edward, n, 12. Willard, Josiah, 74. Willcocks, Elisha, 77, 78. Williams, Desire, 50. Williams, Edward, 179, 195, 196, 197, 19$. 216. Williams, Ezekiel, 170, 191. Williams, John, 16, 47, 50, 104, 128, 129, 148, 164. Williams, Joseph (alias John Winter). 162-163. Williams, William, 204. Williamson, Capt., 6. Williamson, John, 182, 185. Wilson, Dr. (alias of Joseph Bill), 96. Wilson, Elizabeth, 7. Wilson, Nathaniel, Jr., 160. Winter, Capt., 63. Winter, Samuel, 76. Witter, William, 136. Wolcott, Gideon, 203. Digitized by CjQuQie Original from UNIVERSITY OF

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: Wilcox of Adrian, Michigan A1 Rayburn (with a major assist from William Luitje) [This is an update of an article by Chester Robinson in the Journal’s first issue in Autumn 1967.' It contributes new information not available at that time.] William Seward Wilcox was born on April 25, 1819, at Riga, Monroe County, New York to Austin and Clarissa (Nettleton) Wilcoxilliam moved to Milan, Ohio with his brother-in-law, Ira Bidwell, in early 1836 and worked as a clerk in Mr. Bidwell’s dry goods store. On September 18, 1836, Mr. Bidwell moved his business to Adrian, Michigan. Mr. Wilcox accompanied him on his move and remained

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 21]

    /1867

    Highlight: drawn by one Wilcox recourse on said defendants, aud were accepted by plaintiff in part payment of said bill, and that, on the same day, the defendant paid to plaintiff, in money, the balance on said bill, who there- upon delivered said bill to defendant to be cancelled. 3. Payment before the commencement of the suit. To the second paragraph of the answer, plaintiff replied : 1. That the bills drawn by Wilcox on Pierce, though presented at maturity, were never paid, and that said Wilcox and Pierce, at the maturity thereof, were both wholly insolvent. 2. That at the time of the dk livery of said bills by Wilcox on Pierce to the plaintiff, the defendant fraudulently represented to the plaintiff that

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 67]

    /1903

    Highlight: Wilcox A Co. Hiohland Falls — A. C. Wilcox & Co. Jeffersonville— A. C. Wilcox & Co. New York— Malden Lane 8avlngs Bank; Pres., Louis Wlndmuller; Vice-Pres.. W. F. Carleton and Leopold Stern ; Sec., Maurice Maas. Roscoe-A. C. Wilcox & Co.; capital. $10,000 ; Pres.. A. C. Wilcox ; Cas., D. T. Curry. Syracuse - Commercial National Bank (suc- cessor to Commercial Bank); capital. $2d0,- 000; Pres., Hendrick S. Holden ; Vloe-Pres., Geo. M. Barnes ; Cas., Anthony Lamb. West SENECA-Lackawanna National Bank ; capital $50,000; Pres., C. G. Boland ; Vice- Pres., Russell H. Potter ; Cas., L. L. West- brook. NORTH CAROLINA. Haw River— Granite Savings A Trust Co.; capital, $2,500; Pres., B. 8. Robertson; Vice-Pres., C. P. Albright; Cas., J. A. Long. NORTH DAKOTA. Chaffee— Chaffee State Bank; capital,

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 70]

    /1905

    Highlight: Wilcox & Co.; A. C. Lingo, Cas. Cohocton — A. C. Wilcox & Co.; Cas., F. A. Townsend. Nanuet — A. C. Wilcox & Co.; Cas., P. H. Alexander. Newark — Newark State Bank (suc- cessor to Pierson & Pierson); capi- tal, $50,000; Pres., Calvin P. H. Vary; Vlce-Pres., S. S. Pierson; Cas., S. Ray Pierson. Newark Valley — A. C. Wilcox & Co.; Cas., J. C. Lingo. NIcholvllle — A. C. Wilcox & Co.; Cas., EL M. Mansell. Trumansburg — State Bank; capital, $25,000; Pres., James K. Wheeler; Vlce-Pres., W. P. Biggs and A, G. Stone. NORTH CAROLINA. Andrews — Merchants’ & Manufactur- ers’ Bank; capital. $10,000; Pres., W. P. Walker; Vice-Pres., Stephen Porter; Cas., C. M. Wlckerson. Duke — Bank of Harnett; capital, $10,- 000; Pres., B. N. Duke; Vlce-Pres., W. A. Erwin; Cas., E. R. Haskins; Asst. Cas., E P. Davis.

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    Adams' Official Premium List of United States Private and Territorial Gold Coins

    /1909

    Highlight: Wilcox, 1901 30.00 1863. Brilliant proof, Lockwood, 1905 40.00 1864. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 27.50 1864. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 46.00 1865. Uncirculated, 1906 20.00 1865. Brilliant proof, Wilcox, 1901 34.00 1866. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 10.00 1866. Brilliant proof, Wilcox6 7.75 1868. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 9.00 1869. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 13.00 1870. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 9.00 1870. Fine, Kuntz, 1908 4.00 1870s. Extremely fine, Smith, 1906 70.00 1870s. Proof, Green, 1907 135.00 1870s. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 105.00 1871. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 10.00 1872. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 10.00 1873. Brilliant proof, Smith, 1906 4.75

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    The W. F. Dunham Numismatic Collection: A complete series of United States Coinage

    Highlight: Not in the Deats nor Wilcox Collections, the two largest Collections of En- cased Stamps ever offered for sale prior to this one. This is only the second time in the history of American numismatics where a set of the denominations to the 30c of this particular issue of Encased Stamps has ever been offered. The last time it was offered, it was the identical set, in the Green Sale, in 1914. Burnett's Standard Cooking Extracts. Lot No. 2468 1 Cent. Indigo blue. Mica slightly cracked at bottom, otherwise very fine, with parts of original silvering on back. Very scarce. 2469 3 Cents. Light shade pink. About perfect. Rare. 2470 5 Cents. Reddish-brown. Mica slightly cracked around edges. Very fine. Rare. 2471 10 Cents. Light green. Very fine. Rare. 2472 10 Cents. Medium green. The excessively rar

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    The W. F. Dunham Numismatic Collection: A complete series of United States Coinage

    Highlight: It was not in the Wilcox Sale. Lord & Taylor, N. Y. 2532 2533 2534 2535 2536 1 Cent. Indigo blue. Perfect. Excessively rare. From the Green Collection. Not in the Wilcox Sales, and not priced in the Standard Catalog. One of the rarest of the entire issue. 3 Cents. Bright brownish-red. Perfect; almost com- plete silvered back. Excessively rare. Not even listed in the Standard Catalog. 5 Cents. Dark brown. Mica slightly cracked, other- wise very fine. Extremely rare. Not in the Wilcox. It is not now priced in the Standard Catalog. 10 Cents. Dull green. Extremely fine. Rare. 90 Cents. Bright blue. Perfect. Excessively rare. Not in the Wilcox nor Deats Collections. This is from

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    United States Coins and Paper Money: Featuring The Henry Da Costa Gomez Collection: Part I

    Highlight: WILCOXted prospectus is the first we have seen or handled. Paper manufacturing was an important industry in Pennsylvania. This firm had several of the most important New York, Philadel- phia, and Boston engraving firms as clients and obvi- ously had a close relationship with Rawdon, Wright, Hatch, & Edson (the engraver of their ad note). *2004 “Specimen of Bank Note Paper manufactured by JAMES M. WILCOX, at the Ivy Mills [,] Delaware County, PA.” Folded half sheet with untrimmed adver- tising note for the paper

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4

    1/8/1976

    Highlight: Four Chinese symbols 31mm brass square hole in center imitation Chinese cash WILCOX. PEG & JACK, North Brunswick A third joint Christmas greeting from Peg and Jack Wilcox. #3 Obv. Border of stars. Drummer. NJ on large star / IT'S CHRISTMAS 1975 PA.RUM.PUM.PUM.PUM / PEG & JACK / WILCOX / NJ on large star 1975D elongated cent 200 le" pieces issued 2 sets IC, M, lOe', 252" WOLFF, D. & CO., Newark There are tokens of this company with addresses in Paterson and Dover. See Journals Aug. '69 and Aug. '74 Obv. 121-137 MARKET ST. NEWARK, N.J. / THIS POCKET PIECE / IS REDEEMABLE / AT / D. WOLFF & CO. / FOR $1 IN CASH. / ON OPENING / AN ACCOUNT Rev. IN WOLFF WE TRUST /$1 A WEEK TO/ FURNISH YOUR HOME / CLOTHE YOUR FAMILY / BECAUSE WOLFF TRUSTS US. 32mm alum. Some of the main text descriptions were

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 22]

    /1868

    Highlight: £dmund WilcoxR. Whitall, Lemuel Coflan, William B. Kempton. Dividend, July 1. 1867, 12^ per cent. ; Second do., January 1, 1868, 17J per cent Capital, April, 1868, $l,OOO,0OO; Capital limited to $2,000,000. 6. The National Bank of Ihe Republic of Philadelphia, Pa. — Date of Charter as a National Bank. December 5, 1865. — President, William H. Rhawm; Cashier, Joseph P. Mumford; Notary Public, Bldmund Wilcox. Directors, elerted January 14, 1868, — Joseph T. Bailey, Edward B. Ome, Nathan Hilles, Osgood Welsh, Benjamin Rowland, Jr., Samuel A. Bispham. Frederic A. Hoyt, John Pearce, Alfred Day, Howard Hinchmau,

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4

    1/8/1976

    Highlight: Four Chinese symbols 31mm brass square hole in center imitation Chinese cash WILCOX. PEG & JACK, North Brunswick A third joint Christmas greeting from Peg and Jack Wilcox. #3 Obv. Border of stars. Drummer. NJ on large star / IT'S CHRISTMAS 1975 PA.RUM.PUM.PUM.PUM / PEG & JACK / WILCOX / NJ on large star 1975D elongated cent 200 le" pieces issued 2 sets IC, M, lOe', 252" WOLFF, D. & CO., Newark There are tokens of this company with addresses in Paterson and Dover. See Journals Aug. '69 and Aug. '74 Obv. 121-137 MARKET ST. NEWARK, N.J. / THIS POCKET PIECE / IS REDEEMABLE / AT / D. WOLFF & CO. / FOR $1 IN CASH. / ON OPENING / AN ACCOUNT Rev. IN WOLFF WE TRUST /$1 A WEEK TO/ FURNISH YOUR HOME / CLOTHE YOUR FAMILY / BECAUSE WOLFF TRUSTS US. 32mm alum. Some of the main text descriptions were

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    The Numismatist, December 1990

    1/12/1990

    Highlight: WILCOX, “COLLECTING THE KEN- NEDY HALF DOLLAR SERIES” Author offers clarification, Rick Wilcox —letter to the editor; 103: 1902-03. Wilcox article rekindles interest in Ken- nedy halves, David W. Lange— letter to the edi- tor; 103: 1724. Steven Morgan— letter to the editor; 103: 1724. Wilcox, Rick Author offers clarification— letter to the editor; 103: 1902-03. Colleaing the Kennedy half dollar series; 103: 909-10, 963-64 ill. Colleaors comment on coinage changes —letter to the editor; 103: 863. WILLIAMSON, GEORGE Modern minter mimics ancient methods; 103: 1580-81 ill. Williamson, Raymond H. Lack of sources compromises informa- tion-letter to the editor; 103 . 1548. Williges, Bill Token dealer refutes Dabb article— letter to the editor; 103: 1901-02. Winger, Tommy Obsolete denominations of

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    The W. F. Dunham Numismatic Collection: A complete series of United States Coinage

    Highlight: Not in the Wilcox Collection and not priced in the Standard Catalog. Very rare. Long Arrows 2418 10 Cents. Dark green. Variety with long arrows. Extremely fine; perfect mica. Very rare. Not in the Wilcox22 2423 1 Cent. Light indigo blue. Very fine. 3 Cents. Pink. Just about perfect. 5 Cents. Medium brown. Variety with plain frame. About perfect, with nearly full silvering on back. 5 Cents. Darkish brown. The extremely rare variety with ribbed frame. Not even in the Deats Collection nor in the Wilcox. Very fine. Extremely rare. 2424 10 Cents. Medium dark green. Just about perfect, extremely fine. Rare. 2425 12 Cents. Black. Extremely fine, with practically full silvering on back. Light

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    The W. F. Dunham Numismatic Collection: A complete series of United States Coinage

    Highlight: Not priced in the Standard Catalog and not in the Wilcoxg. 5 Cents. Rich chocolate brown. Upper part of mica slightly cracked, otherwise very fine; the reverse is extremely fine. Very rare. Listed at $20.00. 10 Cents. Medium green. Very fine. Very rare. Listed at $20.00, but seldom obtainable at any price. Burnett's Cocaine Kalliston. 2467 1 Cent. Light blue. Extremely fine; just about perfect. Rare. Sold at $4.00 in the Wilcox Sale forty years ago. 3 Cents. Pink. Reverse fully silvered. Perfect. Rare. 5 Cents. Light brown. Part of original silvering on back. Extremely fine. Very rare. 10 Cents. Medium green. Perfect. Very

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    The W. F. Dunham Numismatic Collection: A complete series of United States Coinage

    Highlight: Not in the Deats nor Wilcox Collections. 2542 12 Cents. Black. Slight touch of original silvering on back. About perfect. Extremely rare. Not priced in the Standard Catalog. From the Deats and Green Col- lections. John W. Norris, Chicago. 2543 1 Cent. Light indigo blue. Very fine. Very rare. From the Green Collection. Not in the Wilcox544 5 Cents. Dull brown. The mica is very slightly soiled, but the back is almost complete with original silvering. Excessively rare. Not even listed in the Standard Catalog. I can find no prevous record of sale, as neither the Wilcox nor the Deats Collection contained a single specimen or denomination of this issue. Not even in the Green Collection. 2545 10 Cents. Bright dark green. About perfect. Exces- sively rare. From the Green

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    The W. F. Dunham Numismatic Collection: A complete series of United States Coinage

    Highlight: Not in the Wilcox Sale nor in the Green Collection. Deats had a fine specimen. Now listed at $25.00, and not even obtainable at this price. 5 Cents. Medium brown. Pinpoint nick in mica, otherwise very fine. Extremely rare. From the Deats and Green Collections. Not priced in Standard Cata- log. 10 Cents. Bright green. Perfect. Extremely rare, espe- cially so choice. Not in the Deats nor Wilcox Sales and not priced in the Standard Catalog. From the Ben G. Green Collection, 1914. Sands' Ale. 2555 5 Cents. Bright reddish-brown. Perfect, with almost complete silvering on both obverse and reverse. Very rare, especially so choice. Listed at $25.00, but worth a great deal more so perfect. According to the Standard Catalog, there were also 10 Cent and 30 Cent Encased Stamps issued by this firm, but

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    The Numismatist, June 1923

    1/6/1923

    Highlight: operated by members of the Wilcoxst of the Glen Mills paper mills is to be sold. What a wealth of romantic colonial history is interwoven in this great enterprise, which was once the center of paper industry in Pennsylvania! In 168 6, Thomas Wil- cox, who dated his ancestry from the Mayflower, received a “patent” or deed for a parcel of land from William Penn. In this wooded fastness of Chester County, Thomas Wilcox built the Ivy Mills in 1729 after inventing a process for the manufacture of the

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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    7/4/2017

    Highlight: Wilcox, Jack H. AVA #940 J.H. WILCOX / 3 10 WASHINGTON PL. / NORTH BRUNWICK / NEW JERSEY 08902 / “JACK THE MAILMAN” / POSTAL TOKEN / SEEKER // COLLECTOR / OF / TRANSPORTATION TOKENS (trolley) y □ White on blue, 1.5 inch, 38mm, by Kotler / Plastic Tag & Trade Check, 1967. [940A] Wilcox, Peggy AVA #966 PEGGY / WILCOX / A.V.A. 966 / 310 WASHINGTON PL / NORTH BRUNSWICK / N. J. 08902 / EXONUMIST // TOKENS WANTED / HOSPITAL PARKING / AMUSEMENT / MEDICAL/ NEW JERSEY / STORE CARDS / MEDALS V □ Black on white, 1.5 inch, 38mm, by Action Line U.S.A., 1968. [966A] Wiley, Pat *TOP OF THE WORLD COINS * / PAT / WILEY / BUY / SELL / TRADE / (907) 248-1935 // * BASED IN ALASKA, BUT / 1980 / TRADE TOKEN / GOOD FOR / $1.00 IN TRADE / SERVING THE ENTIRE WORLD y □ Gold on Black, 42mm. Williges, William A. ANA

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    Finding Aid (Highlights, Selected U.S. Rarities)

    /2017

    Highlight: Mehl's 7/16/19 Granberg $200.00 Chapman 11/21/00 $40.00 Worthy collection $162.50 H Chapman 6/28/18 Jackman $15.00 Chapman 11/6/01 Wilcox $42.00 Mehl's 7/16/19 Granberg $21.00 Mehl 2/15/21 Wilharm $20.00 Chapman 11/6/01 Wilcox13/07 $250.00 Pelletiere 10/11/06 $800.00 M David 8/14/99 $50.00 Steigerwalt 1/16/93 $400.00 Chapman 5/06 HP Smith $155.00 $30.00 Worthy collection $161.00 S.H. Chapman 6/25/19 $60.00 M David 8/14/99 $100.00 $70.00 Chapman 5/06 HP Smith $60.00 Chapman 12/4/94 $75.00 Chapman 11/6/01 Wilcox $60.00 M David 8/14/99 $60.00 H Chapman 6/25/07 Stickney $141.00 E. Michael 3/18/16 $150.00 Chapman 6/8/93 lot 484 $310.00 Chapman

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