SAVPEX – How the judging works  

How the judging works

 

 

 

 

Judging scores for the various exhibit classes

 

Class 1 – Traditional Philately

Class 2 – Postal history, Historical/social and special studies

Class 4 – Aerohilately, maritime and disaster mail

Class 5 – Revenues and postal stationery

 

Classes 1, 2, 4 and 5 : Points

A = Treatment

20

B = Appropriate subject

10

C = Philatelic and related

20

D = Personal study and research

15

E = Condition knowledge

10

F = Rarity

20

G = Presentation

5
   
Class 3 Thematic Points

A = Title and plan

15

B = Development

15

C = Innovation

5

D = Knowledge, study and research – Thematic

15

E = Knowledge, study and research – Philatelic

15

F = Condition

10

G = Rarity

20

H = Presentation

5
   

 

Class 6  Modern Experimental  

Presentation

5

Treatment

25

Importance

5

Philatelic Knowledge, Study and Research

35

Condition

10

Rarity

10

Acquisition Difficulty

10

Total

100
Class 7 Open Class  

A = Title andplan

10

B = Philatelic treatment 

5

C = Non-philatelic treatment

5

D = Philatelic importance

5

E = Non-philatelic importance

5

F = Philatelic knowledge and research

20

G = Ditto non-philatelic

15

H = Condition

10

I = Rarity

20

J = Presentation

5
   

 

Class 7 Picture Postcards   

A = Presentation

15

B = Commentary and research

25

C = Breadth and coverage

15

D = Rarity 

10

E = Condition

15

F = Appeal of cards

5
   
   
Class 9  Marcophily  

A = Treatment

15

B = Appropriate subject

25

C = Philatelic and related knowledge

15

D = Personal study and research

10

E = Condition

15

F = Rarity

15

G = Presentation

5
   
   

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