To acknowledge the philatelic endeavours of BNAPS members and their success in exhibiting BNA material, we list the awards they have won.
The listing covers exhibit awards for BNA exhibits and BNA literature at National exhibitions in Canada and the United States and FIP-sponsored International exhibitions. It also covers non-exhibit awards that recognize the philatelic achievements of members.
Many exhibitions use a points-based system to evaluate exhibits. A number after a medal is the number of points the exhibit was awarded.
If you think we've missed any, let us know. Contact Adri Veenstra (email: email@example.com) who compiled the listings.
|Gold/87, BNAPS Best BNA Exhibit, PHSC Best BNA Postal History Exhibit||Kevin O'Reilly||Sovereignty, Substances, Small Centres and Subs: Closed Post Offices of the Northwest Territories|
|Large Vermeil/83, BNAPS Best Researched BNA Exhibit||Steven Friedenthal||Canada Postage Meters at War|
|Large Vermeil/83, RPSC Excellence of Presentation, APS Award of Excellence (pre-1900)||Robert Stock||Advertising Mail as a Window on Regional Social History|
|Vermeil/76, BNAPS Best BNA 2 to 4 Frame Exhibit||Bruce Pollock||The Story of a Remarkable Family from the Cowichan Valley of British Columbia|
|Large Silver/70, NorthWest Federation of Stamp Clubs Thunderbird Award||David Biltek||Celebrate Indigenous People, Culture, and History|
|Large Silver/70||Barend Wissink||Niagara Falls as Told through Post Cards|
|Gold/85||David Biltek||Variations in the Key of ‘G’|
|Vermeil/78||Dave Bartlet||Hers and His|
|Large Silver/72||Hal Kellett||The Royal Flying Corps Canada 1917-1920|
|2022 Col. Robert H. Pratt Award for best English language article, series of articles, book, or electronic presentation related to Newfoundland philately||Robin J. Moore and John M. Walsh||“Newfoundland: Further Exciting Discovery Findings in Design Sizes of Perkins Bacon & Co. 1932 First Resources Issues” in Maple Leaves, Vol. 37, No.8, Oct. 2022|
|Large Vermeil/83, AAPE Award of Honor, ATA Medal||Philip J. Stager||The Quebec Bridge|
|2023 Alfred F. Lichtenstein Memorial Award||Charles Verge||For distinguished service to philately|
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