Plaque presented at BNAPEX 2010
The Herbert L. McNaught One-Frame Exhibit Award was established in 2009 in honour of Herbert L. McNaught, an ardent exhibitor of, and proponent for, one-frame exhibits.
The award is presented to the best single-frame exhibit at BNAPEX from those that receive a Silver or higher medal. The winner receives a cheque for $50, a plaque, and a McNaught Award pin.
In addition, the McNaught family has donated a trophy that is presented at the BNAPEX awards banquet. The family is the custodian of the trophy, and has the winner’s name and the exhibit year engraved on it.
McNaught Award pin
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