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FIAV Awards

Fédération internationale des associations vexillologiques

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Laureates of the Federation

(for outstanding, original contribution to the science of vexillology)

E.M.C. Barraclough, September 28, 1983 (posthumously)
Whitney Smith, July 5, 1991
Ottfried Neubecker, August 2, 1999 (posthumously)
William G. Crampton, August 2, 1999 (posthumously)
Scot M Guenter, July 29, 2003

Fellows of the Federation

(for significant contributions to vexillology and/or significant service to FIAV or a FIAV member)

Teodoro Amerlinck y Zirion, July 27, 2001
Barrie Kent, July 27, 2001
Bruce Nichols, July 27, 2001
Christian Fogd Pedersen, July 27, 2001
Lucien Philippe, July 27, 2001
Whitney Smith, July 27, 2001
Aldo Ziggioto, July 27, 2001
Alfred Znamierowski, July 27, 2001
Ralph G.C. Bartlett, July 29, 2003
Bruce B. Berry, July 29, 2003
Hugh Boudin, July 29, 2003
William G. Crampton, July 29, 2003 (posthumously)
Emil Dreyer, July 29, 2003
Louis Muhlemann, July 29, 2003 (posthumously)
Ottfried Neubecker, July 29, 2003 (posthumously)
Klaes Sierksma, July 29, 2003

Vexillon

(for the most important contribution to vexillology during the past two years preceding an ICV sponsored by the Flag Society of Australia)

Bruce Nicolls, September 29, 1989
William G. Crampton, July 5, 1991 (posthumously)
Maria Jose Sastre y Arribas, August 25, 1993
Frederick G. Brownell, July 5, 1995
Ales Brozek, August 15, 1997
Donald T. Healy and the editorial board of Raven : A Journal of Vexillology, August 2, 1999
Armand Noel du Payrat, July 27, 2001
Alfred Znamierowski, July 29, 2003
John Purcell and Petr Exner, August 1, 2005 (two awards given)

IAFM Award

(for the most creative paper delivered at an ICV sponsored by the International Association of Flag Manufacturers - IAFM)

Bruce Berry and Theo Stylianides "Vexistats" August 2, 1999
Philippe Rault "New flags for an Old Country" July 27, 2001
Edward Kaye "Flags over Antarctica" and Mason Kaye "The Flags of Portland, Oregon 1916-2002) August 1, 2003

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