Top exhibit awards were given June 9 at the International Paper Money Show in Memphis.
Michael Sullivan was given the Mike Crabb Award by the man himself for “19th Century Counterfeit Currency Detection and Prevention Literature.”
The award is given by the Memphis Coin Club, which founded the show in 1977.
Mack Martin was given the Bill Sharp Best Obsolete Currency Exhibit Award by Society of Paper Money Collectors President Mark Anderson.
His exhibit was titled, “Athens, Georgia Banking 1830-1930.”
Given in the exhibit area, but not an exhibit award was the SPMC’s Nathan Gold Award, which went to Tom Denly.
The Bank Note Reporter Most Inspirational Exhibit Award was won by Jeff Hexem for, “Complete Set of Large Size Gold Star Notes.”