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The St. Petersburg Collection® Award for Excellence

AeroArt International, having virtually underwritten the progression of excellence through its demand for exceptional quality concurrent with providing a marketplace, developed a group of world class soldier makers in St. Petersburg. Along with the artists’ reputation for beautiful sculpting and painting, the product became synonymous with quality in the competitive arena.

To share in celebrating the high level of competitive standards achieved by not only the artists of The St. Petersburg Collection® but by artists in the soldier field worldwide, The St. Petersburg Collection Medal for Excellence was created. This beautiful silver award medal recognizes persons whose expertise has significantly contributed to the military miniature hobby.

AeroArt intends this medal to have intrinsic value as well as splendor. The original design on the obverse of the solid sterling silver disk depicts warriors from Ancient Greece, the Age of Chivalry, and the American Civil War. The reverse design presents the AeroArt International stylized double-eagle logo. The solid sterling silver medal is presented in its made-to-order polished redwood box with gold imprint of the AeroArt International double-eagle.

Award Process

The St. Petersburg Collection Award for Excellence is provided to selected military miniature organizations and shows for competitive award. Each organization and show is free to determine the precise criteria and recipient of this medal. Our specific requirement is that the medal be given to an artist of exceptional skill or to a person who has significantly contributed to the enhancement of the military miniature hobby. Judges are free to recognize any competitor who exemplifies such excellence. AeroArt International applauds the past recipients of this solid silver medal.

The St. Petersburg Collection® Award for Excellence

Physical Description

  • Solid Sterling Silver
  • Diameter: 2.66 inches (68mm)
  • Thickness: 0.18 inches (4mm)
  • Weight: 4.7 ounces (133.32g)
  • The medal is encased in its made-to-order polished redwood box
Winner's Circle
DateWinnerCompetition/Club Name
9/6/2003Norman OttyNational Capital Model Soldier Society Show
10/11/2003Robert SarnowskiMilitary Miniature Society of Illinois Chicago Show
5/1/2004Kostas KariotellisMiniature Figure Collectors of America
8/28/2004Kevin TownsendNational Capital Model Soldier Society Show
11/20/2004Jack MuldoonLong Island Historical Miniature Collectors Society Show
2/18/2005Bob KneeAtlanta Model Figure Show
8/20/2005John OsgoodNational Capital Model Soldier Society Show
11/19/2005John JeffriesLong Island Historical Miniature Collectors Society Show
2/19/2006Mike HallAtlanta Model Figure Show
5/6/2006John RosengrantMiniature Figure Collectors of America
8/19/2006Glenn MerrittNational Capital Model Soldier Society Show
11/18/2006Greg DeFrancoLong Island Historical Miniature Collectors Society
5/5/2007Marijn Van GilsMiniature Figure Collectors of America
9/15/2007Mike LeonardNational Capital Model Soldier Society Show
11/17/2007Jeremy GreenLong Island Historical Miniature Collectors Society
9/13/2008Rhodes DavisNational Capital Model Soldier Society Show
4/25/2009Riccardo RubertiMiniature Figure Collectors of America
9/12/2009Steve PageNational Capital Model Soldier Society Show
5/08/2010Doug CohenMiniature Figure Collectors of America
 

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