The prizes offered at the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship were as elegant and spectacular as the winners themselves. The Show Committee was pleased to unveil the following medallions and trophies. The Best in Show Trophy
  • Best in Show: The American Kennel Club offers a 14" Perpetual Tiffany Loving Cup in pewter on a walnut base. Each year the names of the BIS dog and its owner(s) and breeder(s) will be engraved on the base's plaque. This trophy is on permanent display in the AKC Library in New York. The winner each year will receive an 8½" replica of this trophy, offered by The American Kennel Club.

    The American Kennel Club also offers a 15¼" engraved silver plate Revere Bowl.

    The Iams Company offers the "Salute to Champions" trophy created by artist James Gion. The bronze will remain on display at the Iams Company in Dayton, Ohio. The name of the BIS winner will be engraved on a plate on the trophy's base. Gion will create a bronze head study of the winning dog, to be presented to its owners.

  • Group I: The American Kennel Club offers a 10" engraved silver plate Revere Bowl.

    Parent Club Medallions The Iams Company offers a bronze bas-relief of the win, to be created by James Gion and presented to the dogs' owners.

  • Group II through IV:: The American Kennel Club offers an 8" engraved silver plate Revere Bowl.

  • Best of Breed/Variety, Best of Opposite Sex, and Best Bred-By in Breed: Special commemorative pewter medallions for those breeds whose Parent Clubs have chosen to sponsor an award.

  • Best Junior Handler in Show: The American Kennel Club offers an 11" engraved silver plate tray.

  • In addition, every Rosette will contain an official commemorative medallion, and each dog entered and exhibited will receive a special medallion.