Posted on July 16, 2013July 16, 2013 by Dale Hower — 11 CommentsShip’s Plaque (my favorite) Handcrafted by Keith (Doc) Hansen HM1(DV) in sickbay aboard USS Conserver. Post navigationPrevious post: CarsNext post: The Clock is Ticking 11 thoughts on “Ship’s Plaque (my favorite)” BillG September 23, 2013 Great looking Ship’s plague. Any chance it will be made available for purchase? If so, I am interested in one. Log in to Reply Dale Hower September 27, 2013 Sorry, the mold stayed with the ship. I’ve talked with someone who makes rubber molds and learned that making a new mold from my plaque would ruin it. Log in to Reply Bill Gabriel September 29, 2013 OK Dale, that’s too bad. Thanks anyway. Log in to Reply Dale Hower July 19, 2013 This one was made of resin. You inserted two hex head bolts in the back to make it easy to mount on the wooden plaque. The paint job you did was superb. Log in to Reply Keith Hansen July 19, 2013 I painted many Blue background was the most popular. Dental plaster was used for some resin was used for the rest. Log in to Reply Romondo Davis July 19, 2013 Doc, I bet a good many crew members would purchase one of these. I can take orders and payment via the website if you’re interested in taking orders. Log in to Reply Craig Leonard July 20, 2013 I want one! Log in to Reply Keith Hansen July 21, 2013 The mold belonged to the ship and I left it there when I was transferred. Log in to Reply Keith Hansen July 23, 2013 I bet they would but I don’t have a mold. I can’t make them. Log in to Reply Scott E Gossler August 15, 2013 I bet Dale might be able to cast a new mold from his. Log in to Reply Scott E Gossler August 15, 2013 I will order one. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.