Exhibit Awards


Multi Frame Grand Award
Multi Frame Grand Award (donated by Greg Galletti). The WFUNA Lithograph, a design from the estate of Keith Haring, is numbered 48/1000 and was the subject artwork for the 1990 UN Fight AIDs Worldwide commemorative issue.
Multi Frame Reserve Grand Award
Multi Frame Reserve Grand Award (donated by Anthony Dewey)


Single Frame Grand Award
Single Frame Grand Award (donated by Anthony Dewey)
Special Award for Treatment
Special Award for Treatment (donated by Anthony Dewey)


Awarded to the exhibit that best conveys the Ideals and Aims of the United Nations
Awarded to the exhibit that best conveys the Ideals and Aims of the United Nations (donated by Greg Galletti)
This original oil painting by Italian artist, "Lautir", is, in his own words, "A building highly symbolic for humanity: That’s why I decided to depict it by my personal expressionist style." The piece is accompanied by a personal hand-written letter from the artist.
  Ribbons for Multi-Frame Grand, Multi-Frame Reserve Grand, Single-Frame Grand
Ribbons for Multi-Frame Grand, Multi-Frame Reserve Grand, Single-Frame Grand


Medals
Medals
Ribbons for Large Gold, Gold, Large Vermeil, Vermeil, Large Silver, Silver, Silver Bronze and Bronze
Ribbons for Large Gold, Gold, Large Vermeil, Vermeil,
Large Silver, Silver, Silver Bronze and Bronze



American Philatelic Society
Medal and Ribbon of Excellence- Pre-1900 Material
Medal and Ribbon of Excellence- 1900-1940 Material
Medal and Ribbon of Excellence- 1940-1980 Material
Medal and Ribbon of Excellence- Post-1980 Material
Medal and Ribbon for Research Excellence
Award Criteria

American Topical Association
First Award- minimum National Bronze (medal and ribbon)
Second Award (medal and ribbon)
Third Award (medal and ribbon)
Youth Award- minimum 3 exhibitors (medal and ribbon)
One Frame Merit Ribbon (not shown)
Award Criteria



American Association of Philatelic Exhibitors
Award of Honor- Excellence in Presentation Not Winning a Gold Medal (2- cloisonné pin)
Creativity in Philatelic Exhibiting Award (gold pin) Award Criteria
Plan and Headings Excellence Award (magnifier dome and ribbon) Award Criteria
Novice Award - Best Exhibit of a First Time Exhibitor (not shown - AAPE year membership and exhibiting book) Award Criteria
AAPE Youth Grand - winner enters AAPE’s Youth "Champion of Champions" (certificate and ribbon)
Youth First, Second and Third Best Exhibits Awards (ribbons) Award Criteria


UNPI Awards
United Nations Philatelists, Inc (UNPI)
Gold, Silver, and Bronze
Award Criteria
Malaria Philatelist Award Award
Malaria Philatelist International
First, Second, and Third Place
Ribbon and Metal Art Mosquito
Award Criteria
Women Exhibitors Award
Women Exhibitors
Sterling Achievement Award Merit for Any Exhibit in Philatelic/Subject Knowledge, Material or Treatment Winning a National Bronze, Silver-Bronze or Silver (pin)
Award Criteria


AFDCS Award AFDCS Ribbon
American First Day Cover Society
Best Exhibit of First Day Covers with 75%
or more FDC Material minimum 2 entries (plaque)
Award Criteria
American Philatelic Congress Award
American Philatelic Congress
Excellence in Written Text
(Congress Book)
Award Criteria
Auxiliary Markings Club Merit Award
Auxiliary Markings Club
Best Exhibit of Auxiliary Markings
Winning a National Silver or Higher
(certificate)
Award Criteria


EFOCC First Place Award
Errors, Freaks, Oddities Collectors' Club Award


UNPI Award (Spoonsored By Tony Dewey)
Sponsored By Anthony Dewey
The book is to be presented to an exhibit winning less than Gold at the discretion of the jury. It is intended to encourage an exhibitor to improve his/her exhibit using the tips and advice provided in the book to achieve a Gold medal.


American Helvetia Philatelic Society Award
The American Helvetia Philatelic Society
(AHPS) has provided a medal to be presented to the best
Swiss exhibit at UNEXPO17.
Award Criteria


The Collectors Club of Chicago Award
The Collectors Club of Chicago has provided three books to present as an exhibition award at UNEXPO17.
Award Criteria