GBCC Awards
Tom Current Founder’s Award
Gordon Milne Literature Award

The Tom Current Founder’s Award, named after the founder of the GBCC, is given out each year at the GBCC’s Annual General Meeting for the best Great Britain exhibit at the show. The recipient of the award is decided by the judges.

The list of winners is given below.


YEAR RECIPIENT EXHIBIT TITLE SHOW
1997 Patricia Stillwell-Walker Ireland: Postal History: 1661 through the 1890s INDYPEX
1998 Dr. Michael D. Dixon Great Britain: Development of Air Mail Letters to 1953 Philatelic Show
1999 Donald R. Hines King George V Photogravure Issue: 1934 - 36 NAPEX
2000 Paul Phillips British Provincial Postal History: Carlisle, 1660 - 1903 Chicagopex
2001 Not presented    
2002 Thomas Myers British Postal Rates and Fees during the Reign of George VI:
Inland and International Surface Rates
Sarasota
2003 Not presented    
2004 Jerry Kasper Illustrated WWII British Military Air Letters Royal
2005 Jerry Miller From Hill to Wilkinson: The Experimental and Early Machine
Postmarks of England: 1857 - 1912
St. Louis
2006 Tony Walker Great Britain Pre-decimal Machin Definitives 1967 - 1971 WESTPEX
2007 Jim Kotanchik Official Seals of Great Britain Omaha Stamp Show
2008 Donald R. Hines King George V Photogravure Issue: 1934 - 36 APS Stampshow
2009 Ray Simpson Origins and Development of Stamp Perforation in Great Britain 1840 - 1884 Chicagopex
2010 Steve McGill Britain’s Marvelous Machins APS Stampshow
2011 Graham Locke Penny Black Plates: The Stamps, Varieties and Usage VAPEX
2012 Fred Smallbone King George V Downey Heads APS Stampshow


The Gordon Milne LIterature Award, named after a past president of the GBCC, is given out each year at the GBCC’s Annual General Meeting for the best contribution or contributions to The GBCC Chronicle for the past year. The recipient of the award is decided by a panel of the officers and directors.

The list of winners is given below.


YEAR RECIPIENT
2008 Larry Rosenblum
2009 Jerone Hart
2010 Michael Peach
2011 Tony Walker





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