go here In 1998 the Association established the RAY JEWELL AWARD in honour of the founder and first President of the Association. The Award consists of two divisions, silver for outstanding contribution to Australian numismatics and the Numismatic Association of Australia; and bronze for the most outstanding article published in the Journal of The Numismatic Association of Australia over two consecutive volumes. The award consists of a silver medallion by Michael Meszaros, struck at the Paris Mint, which depicts a portrait of Paul Simon on the obverse, and an image of the Australian holey dollar on the reverse, together with a certificate.
Ray Jewell Award Selection Committee
The selection committee from time to time is chosen from the following list:
Walter Bloom, PO Box 79, Willetton, WA 6955
Peter Lane, PO Box 3664, Norwood, SA 5067
John Melville-Jones, Department of Classics, University of Western Australia, Crawley WA 6009
Jim Noble, c/- Noble Numismatics, 169 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Colin Pitchfork, c/- Noble Numismatics, 169 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Ken Sheedy, ACANS, Macquarie University, NSW 2109
Silver Medal (outstanding contribution to Australian numismatics and the NAA)
Most recent recipient
Peter Lane, 2015
Ray Jewell† (posthumously), 1998
John Hope†, 2003
Jim Noble, 2004
Les Carlisle, 2011
John Melville-Jones, 2011
Walter Bloom, 2013
Bronze Medal (most outstanding article from two consecutive NAA journals, since Volume 7)
Most recent article
Peter Lane. Vol. 23, S. Schlank & Co Ltd: medal and badge makers of Adelaide 1887-1971.
John Sharples. Vol. 7, Catalogue of Victorian trade tokens.
Paul M Holland. Vol. 9, Master Die types of Australian halfpennies.
Peter Lane and Peter Fleig. Vol. 12, London Private Museums and their tokens.
Richard AJ O’Hair and Antoinette Tordesillas. Vol. 13, Aristocrats of crime.
Peter Lane and Peter Fleig. Vol. 15, William Henshall.
Christopher Addams. Vol. 18, Counterfeiting on the Bermuda Convict Hulk Dromedary.
Mark Stocker. Vol. 19, The Empire strikes back.
Helen Walpole. Vol. 22, The role of sporting medals in a sports museum.