Medal for exceptional Study and Research

2005 Patric Maselis: From the Azores to New Zealand, The Belgian Colonies on all six Continents (1451-1916). Their origiens, history and commonication (Pre-philately) 
2006 Bruno Crevato-Selvaggi: Il Regno d'Italia
2007 Mrs. Michele Chauvet and Jean Francois Bruun: Introduction a l'histoire postale de 1848 a 1878.   
2008 Mario Mentashi and Thomas Matha: Letter Mail from and to the Old Italian States 1850-1870   

Nino Aquila and Francesco Orlando (Italy) for

Sicilia - I timbri del Nuovo Re
(Sicily - The postmarks of the new King) published by Giulio Bolaffi Editore in 2009.

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Patric Maselis, Belgium

Editor and co-author of the "Catalogue of MonacoPhil 2009" published by the Club de Monte-Carlo.

The co-authors of this research are:
Messrs Stes, Delbeke, Schouberects, Tavano, Huys, Kaiser, Van Pamel and Slabbinck.

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Wolfgang Maassen, Germany for

"From the First Albums and Catalogues to Publishing Houses of Global Standing."

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Luis Virgilio De Brito Pereira Frasâo, Portugal for 

"Pre- Filatelia Portuguesa. Marcas postais utilizados em Portugal continental na época pré-adesiva (1799/1853)"

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Dr. Stephano Calliga, Greece for

"The Stamps of the Large Hermes Heads 1861-1886"

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Frank Walton, Great Britain for

"The La Rue Collection, vol. 1 to 6"

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Michele Chauvet, France for

Les tarifs helléniques des lettres internationales 1861-1878

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Ari Muhonen (chief researcher), Finland for

Finnish postage rates 1875 - 2001

The  co-authors of this research:  Harri Ala-Honkola, Hannu Kauppi, Juhani Kerppola, and Esko Seitsonen will receive a Certificate.

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