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

    /1909

    Wilcox, 1901 17.00 1862. Very fine, Stickney, 1907 6.50 1862. Brilliant proof, Wilcox1863. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.00 1863. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 10.50 1864. Very fine, Smith, 1906

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

    /1909

    Wilcox, 1901 17.00 1862. Very fine, Stickney, 1907 6.50 1862. Brilliant proof, Wilcox1863. Very fine, Smith, 1906 5.00 1863. Uncirculated, Wilcox, 1901 10.50 1864. Very fine, Smith, 1906

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

    /1909

    Wilcox, 1901 4.50 1854d. Very good, Smith, 1906 22.50 1854d. Very line, Wilcox0.00 1854o. Very good, Smith, 1906 4.00 1854o. Very good, Wilcox.00 1855. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 4.0

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

    /1909

    Wilcox6 4.00 1878. Uncirculated, Elder, 1908 5.00 1879. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 3.75 1879. Proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.5

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

    /1909

    Wilcox, 1901 4.50 1854d. Very good, Smith, 1906 22.50 1854d. Very line, Wilcox0.00 1854o. Very good, Smith, 1906 4.00 1854o. Very good, Wilcox.00 1855. Extremely fine, Wilcox, 1901 4.0

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

    /1909

    Wilcox6 4.00 1878. Uncirculated, Elder, 1908 5.00 1879. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 3.75 1879. Proof, Wilcox, 1901 5.5

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 70]

    /1905

    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

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

    1/9/1967

    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

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

    1/3/2010

    Wilcox then started 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

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

    1/9/1967

    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

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

    1/3/2010

    Wilcox then started 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

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

    1/3/2010

    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

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 10]

    /1856

    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

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 48]

    /1894

    Wilcox, the coin clipper, certainly stands at the head of his profession^ Recent shipments of light-weight eagles and double-eagles to the Treas- ury at Washington from various parts of the country

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

    15/6/1847

    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,

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

    1/3/2010

    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

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 10]

    /1856

    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

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 48]

    /1894

    Wilcox, the coin clipper, certainly stands at the head of his profession^ Recent shipments of light-weight eagles and double-eagles to the Treas- ury at Washington from various parts of the country

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

    15/6/1847

    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,

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

    19/2/1846

    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.,

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

    1/3/2010

    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

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 21]

    /1867

    drawn by one Wilcox on Pierce ; that said bills were transferred to plaintiff without indorse- ment, and without recourse on said defendants, aud were accepted by plaintiff in part payment of said

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

    /1909

    Wilcoxt 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,

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

    14/2/1846

    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

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

    19/2/1846

    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.,

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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 139-141

    1/1/1958

    Aaron Wilcox and David Wilcox, all of Hebron, and probably Alpheus Wickwire of Norwich. David Wilcox, as has been seen, had at his examination made a clean breast of the matter and fully cooperated

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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 139-141

    1/1/1958

    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

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

    1/3/2010

    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

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 21]

    /1867

    drawn by one Wilcox on Pierce ; that said bills were transferred to plaintiff without indorse- ment, and without recourse on said defendants, aud were accepted by plaintiff in part payment of said

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 67]

    /1903

    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.,

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 70]

    /1905

    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);

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

    /1909

    Wilcoxt 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,

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

    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

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

    It was not in the Wilcox Cent. Indigo blue. Perfect. Excessively rare. From the Green Collection. Not in the Wilcox nor even the Deats Sales, and

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

    WILCOX & COMPANY PAPER CO. ADVERTISING NOTES This is an unusual trio of advertising notes from this important paper manufacturer. It is the first time we have seen these as untrimmed half sheets and

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4

    1/8/1976

    brass square hole in center imitation Chinese cash WILCOX North Brunswick A third joint Christmas greeting from Peg and Jack Wilcox. #3 Obv. Border of stars. Drummer. NJ on large star

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 22]

    /1868

    £dmund Wilcox. Directors, electedJanuary 14, 1868. — Thomas Smith, Lewis Audenried, John H. Irwin, William 8. Rehn, Charles Vezin, Jacob P. Jones, Henry Lewis, Charles 8. Lewis, David Scull, John R.

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4

    1/8/1976

    brass square hole in center imitation Chinese cash WILCOX North Brunswick A third joint Christmas greeting from Peg and Jack Wilcox. #3 Obv. Border of stars. Drummer. NJ on large star

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    The Numismatist, December 1990

    1/12/1990

    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.

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

    Wilcoxs. Dark green. Variety with long arrows. Extremely fine; perfect mica. Very rare. Not in the Wilcox

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

    Not priced in the Standard Catalog and not in the Wilcox Collection. Extremely rare. F. Buhl & Co., Detroit. Complete Set. 2458 2459 2460 1 Cent. Indigo blue. Extremely fine. Excessively rare. Not

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

    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

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

    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

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    Thompson's Bank Note Reporter, 7/15/1843

    15/7/1843

    Ira WilCOX,UU. K. .Ian d Nnrv. R-1,. Oct. 4, lRii, pay M. Barl.er.vi^ag-1 James Pbedeall, Cash., lr.i Wilcox, Pre*. Vignette coarse, appearance

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 21]

    /1867

    Edmund Wilcox, Directors, elected January 9, 1866. — 1. Thomas Smith; 2. James 0. Pease; 3. David Scull; 4. John P. Levy; 5. John H. Brown; 6. A. J. Lewis; 7. James 0. Hand; 8. Israel Morris; 9. Lewis

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 46]

    /1892

    Bank of Wilcox, Wilcox ..First Nat. Bank, Wymore... . .Amoskeag Nat. Bank, Manchester. ..Union Nat. B’k, Atlantic City, . .Hopewell Nat. B’k, Hopewell. . . Broad St. Nat. B’k, Trenton .Putnam Co. Nat.

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 51]

    /1895

    Wilcox.— James M. Wilcox,for many years engaged in the manufacture of United States bank note paper at Glen Mills, Pa., in wnlch business he introduced many original and useful ideas, died Oct. 23 at

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 57]

    /1898

    Wilcox, E. W. Cobb and E. C. Jacobs obtained a special charter from the Territorial Legislature, giving them authority to open a bank under the name “ The Bank of Colorado,*’ to transact a general

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 98]

    /1919

    Wilcox was for twenty years in the banking business in Arkan- sas, where he was vice-president of the Home National Bank before he entered government service, and was for three years examiner at large

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

    /1909

    Wilcox, 1901 18.00 1821. Uncirculated, Smith, 1906 300.00 1821. Extremely fine, Stickney, 1907 200.00 1821. Perfect, Jewett, 1909 275.00 1822. Very fine, Smith, 1906 2,165.00 1823. Uncirculated, Smith

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