The Tony Sale Award
for Computer Conservation and Restoration

Computer ◆ Conservation ◆ Society

Latest news from the Sale-Award Committee

1st July 2016 Four entries have been nominated. Judging is underway.
The entries are -.
Preservation of internationally important computers, Cambridge Phoenix IBM 3084 and The Cadlinc. Professor Jim Austin, the Computer Sheds and the University of York.
Reconstruction of an ENIAC Accumulator Unit. Johannes Blobel, Paderborn University & Dr. Jochen Viehoff, Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum.
PDP-12 Restoration. Rhode Island Computer Museum Learning Lab.
Revitalization of IBM 1403-N1 printer. Vintage IBM Computing Center, Binghamton, NY.

25th January 2016 Invitations for entries for the 2016 Tony Sale Award invited.

6th November 2014

Announcement of the 2014 Tony Sale Award winner.

The award was presented at the BCS in Southampton Street London with many CCS members present.

26th September 2014 The judges have completed their deliberations.
31st July 2014 Closing date for submissions for the 2014 Award,
January 2014 Invitations for entries for the 2014 Tony Sale Award invited.

11thOctober 2012;

Announcement of the 2012 Tony Sale Award winner.

The inaugural Tony Sale Award was won by Dr David Link for his computer art installation LoveLetters, a replica of a 1951 computer with reconstructed software that generates texts to express and arouse emotions.

Further details here.

31st July 2012 Closing date for submissions for the 2012 Award,
8th May 2012 PR Campaign for the award scheme launched.