Jef Nys - Awards and Honours

Awards and Honours

  • 1988: A first Jommeke statue in Beveren, Belgium
  • 1992: Honorary citizen of Koksijde, Belgium
  • 1995: Honorary citizen of Durbuy, Belgium
  • 1997: A statue of Jommeke in Middelkerke, Belgium
  • 1997: A stamp issued by the Belgian Post
  • 1998: A medal issued by the Belgian National Bank
  • 1998: A statue of Jommeke in Temse, Belgium
  • 2005: Gouden Adhemar at Strip Turnhout, Belgium, for his entire career
  • 2005: A mosaic of Jommeke in Wilrijk, Belgium
  • 2006: A statue of Annemieke and Rozemieke (from the Jommeke comic) in Middelkerke
  • 2006: A bas-relief of Jommeke in Temse

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