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A.T. Cross Company (ATX)

3/28/2006 Proxy Information

Bradford R. Boss and Russell A. Boss are brothers.

Russell A. Boss and Bernard V. Buonanno, Jr. are cousins by marriage.

Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP performed legal services for the Company in 2005 and is expected to perform legal services for the Company in 2006.

3/29/2005 Proxy Information

Bradford R. Boss and Russell A. Boss are brothers.

Russell A. Boss and Bernard V. Buonanno, Jr. are cousins by marriage.

Bernard V. Buonanno, Jr. is Senior Partner at Edwards & Angell, LLP. Edwards & Angell, LLP performed legal services for the Company in 2004 and is expected to perform legal services for the Company in 2005.

3/24/2004 Proxy Information

Edwards & Angell, LLP performed legal services for the Company in 2003 and is expected to perform legal services for the Company in 2004

Bradford R. Boss and Russell A. Boss are brothers.

Russell A. Boss and Bernard V. Buonanno, Jr. are cousins by marriage.

Effective December 31, 2000, John E. Buckley's employment with the Company terminated. At the time of his termination, Mr. Buckley served as the Company's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Buckley and the Company originally contemplated that he would resign his position in May 2000 and become a consultant to the Company. However, for purposes of continuity, and because Mr. Buckley had been instrumental in developing the Pen Computing Group business, he agreed to remain as an employee until the end of 2000 and the consulting arrangement never commenced.

Pursuant to a series of letter agreements between the Company and Mr. Buckley, Mr. Buckley received the following as an incentive to remain with the Company until December 31, 2000: (i) a termination fee of $135,420, paid on January 15, 2001, (ii) a cash payment of $36,135, paid on February 9, 2001 equivalent to the fair market value of 6,667 shares of the Company's Class A common stock on February 3, 2001 (the number of Mr. Buckley's restricted shares of Class A common stock as to which restrictions would have lapsed on February 3, 2001 had Mr. Buckley remained an employee), and (iii) stock appreciation rights as to 67,152 units of "phantom" Class A common stock of the Company using as the baseline the fair market value on July 1, 2000 (the date of grant) of $4.88 per share. On November 3, 2003, Mr. Buckley exercised his stock appreciation rights on all 67,152 units of the phantom Class A common stock. The fair market value on that date was $6.09. The stock appreciation rights, if not earlier exercised, would have expired on July 1, 2005.

3/28/2003 Proxy Information

Bradford R. Boss and Russell A. Boss are brothers.

Russell A. Boss and Bernard V. Buonanno, Jr. are cousins by marriage.

Edwards & Angell, LLP performed legal services for the Company in 2002 and is expected to perform legal services for the Company in 2003. Bernard V. Buonanno, Jr. is a Senior Partner of, Edwards & Angell, LLP.

Effective December 31, 2000, John E. Buckley's employment with the Company terminated. At the time of his termination, Mr. Buckley served as the Company's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Buckley and the Company originally contemplated that he would resign his position in May 2000 and become a consultant to the Company. However, for purposes of continuity, and because Mr. Buckley had been instrumental in developing the Pen Computing Group business, he agreed to remain as an employee until the end of 2000 and the consulting arrangement never commenced.

Pursuant to a series of letter agreements between the Company and Mr. Buckley, Mr. Buckley received the following as an incentive to remain with the Company until December 31, 2000: (i) a termination fee of $135,420, paid on January 15, 2001, (ii) a cash payment of $36,135, paid on February 9, 2001 equivalent to the fair market value of 6,667 shares of the Company's Class A common stock on February 3, 2001 (the number of Mr. Buckley's restricted shares of Class A common stock as to which restrictions would have lapsed on February 3, 2001 had Mr. Buckley remained an employee), and (iii) stock appreciation rights as to 67,152 units of "phantom" Class A common stock of the Company using as the baseline the fair market value on July 1, 2000 (the date of grant) of $4.88 per share. Those stock appreciation rights will expire on July 1, 2005.

On January 5, 2001, the Company and Mr. Buckley entered into a Separation Agreement and Release providing for severance payments to Mr. Buckley of semi-monthly installments of $15,833.33 for the period from January 1, 2001 to December 31, 2002, in accordance with the Company's standing severance policy relative to executive officers who have served in excess of twenty-four years. The first such payment was made on January 26, 2001.