1 - Pre-1912 Electrical devices, non radio
2 - Pre-1920 receivers & transmitters and wire line telegraph items
3 - 1920's era Broadcast receivers
a. Passive Detectors
b. 1 tube sets
c. 2 - 3 tube sets
d. 4 - 5 tubes sets
e. Sets with 6 or more tubes
4 - 1930's - 40's - 50's era
a. Cathedrals & Tombstones
c. Catalin & Bakelite
d. Television receivers
5 - Transistor Radios
a. Large Multiband Portables
b. Early pocket sets
c. Novelties sets
6 - Vintage HiFi Audio Gear
7 - Vintage (tube type) Citizen Band (CB) radio
8 - Communications Equipment Rx & Tx a. Pre WW2 b. Post WW2
9 - Sound Reproducers, Cones & Horns
b. Cone Reproducer
10 - Military Radio Equipment, any era
11 - Test Equipment
12 - Vacuum Tubes
13 - Radio Literature, Books, Magazines & Advertising
14 - New construction from old parts or replicas of vintage equipment.
15 - Survivors-Completely original and unrestored sets any era, they may have been cleaned, but that's all.
16 - Special "Display Only" category
For those not interested in being judged. ANYTHING GOES HERE
NOTE: Sets that have previously won a first place ribbon at this meet are ineligible for judging in the "regular" contest, "Special" categories excluded.
Best of Show
"The Lew Elias Award"
Best of Show will get $100 plus an engraved plaque.
with photos and documentation as backup
Best Restoration will receive $50 and a Gold Ribbon.
Best Presentation will receive $50 and a Gold Ribbon.
"Best in Contest"
voted on by those attending the conference
Peoples Choice will receive $50 and a Gold Ribbon.
Senior Class Award "The Best of the Best"
Entries MUST include a BLUE RIBBON
won in a previous contest.
Senior Class 1 "Pre 1930"
Senior Class 2 "Post 1930"