spondulicks or spon·du·lix [ spon-doo-liks ]
noun Older Slang.
1. money; cash
Origin: An Americanism dating back to 1855–60; origin uncertain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPONDULICKS
Also it was convincingly true that the ingoing party—its way now made a pacific one—would need the "spondulicks."
CABBAGES AND KINGS|O. HENRY
"I wonder where he got the spondulicks," broke in her son Richard.
THE FOURTH WATCH|H. A. CODY
"Spondulicks," said Dicky with a laugh, as the other hesitated for a word.
BLINDFOLDED|EARLE ASHLEY WALCOTT
Suppose I can't raise the spondulicks in time for the ten train!
MOLLY BROWN'S ORCHARD HOME|NELL SPEED
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.