Badge Frame brings
perpetual plaques to a whole new level. Forget your
trophy shops and take a fresh look at these beauties!
Plaques are sized depending on the number of recipients
Plaques can have a interchangeable inner frame for the
current recipient’s photo or simply a graphic relating to
Individual nameplates (that are actually legible) are 3/4”
X 4” and are laser engraved. Ghost or black
placeholders on the backboard
make the placement of new self-adhesive plates easy to
can also have a removable - interchangeable CENTER FRAME or just a
graphic related to the plaque. Pricing for these options
is listed on our PRICING PAGE
at section "V".
Here are some guide lines for
There are no "standard sizes" at Badge
Frame. I can tell you that the 2 line plaques look
good at about 4" X 3/4" or 1".
We can design these boards to have ANY size plaques
with ANY number of line information.
The size and number of the plaques will dictate the
over-all size of the boards.
What I would need to start mapping things out is...
1). To know if all the boards need to be the same size or
not. Keep in mind that some boards will have many
more plaques that others.
If they all need to be the same size (outside), the
plaques sizes will differ.
It is best to have a nice grouping with a couple large
boards and a few smaller boards, all displaying the same
2). Taking one board at a time,
tell us how many total spaces (engraved plaques) you will need
for each board.
Keep in mind the past recipients and as well as the future
ones. Don't plan on exceeding 10 years for the future.
In 10 years, these presentations will be obsolete and will be
electronic. Info will be input via WiFi or something like it.
It starts to look stupid empty if you plan to go too far
For boards like Valor or Lifesaving (ones that are not awarded
annually like Officer of the Year etc.)
you will need to estimate based on average past entries for how
many future ones you will need.
3). If there is any possibility of a "tight fit" on a
given wall area, we need to know the
wall dimensions to make sure the boards will fit and look nice.
Let's get that info and we can get you some proofs going.
Pricing for the boards are based on overall size and
the engraved plaques (at 4" X .75"). We
will engrave future plaques as you need them so they all match
the old ones.
They will have adhesive on the back and you just stick
them on. There are "ghost space-holders" that will make
So for now, lets just get some numbers (plaque quantities) and
sizes from you and get you some proof ideas started.
Call us (800) 639-3726 or
E-Mail us Bill@Badgeframe.Com
Info on "REMOVING NAMEPLATES" at the bottom of this page.
EXOS Members Board Perpetual Plaque - 48 spaces / framed in black
leather with silver accent fillet. Fitness Section
Magnetic or stick-on gym perpetual plaques. Totally
customized with graphics and number of spaces of your choice.
Santa Monica Police Department / Perpetual Plaques with cut-out
glossy oversize medals 10/2016
Department of Veteran's Affairs PD
Employee Recognition Presentation.
Interesting project incorporating magnetic, laser
engraved nameplates with square and round printed
magnets that symbolize different levels of achievement
in various areas.
Backboard was magnetic, printed with custom graphics,
laminated, and framed in black leather with a silver
accent fillet. 11/2013
San Pablo PD.
Sergeants and above = 5" X 1". Officers 5" X 5/8".
Knox County 20 space K-9
Perpetual Plaque Options... Click to enlarge.
Bill and Sarah: You are awesome! The Chief loves it, the
Captains love it, I love it and the ranks are gonna love it
Thank you so much. Best
see actual size here... The plaque set-up above can be framed or un-framed.
The nameplates can be gold with black letters or black with
Nameplate size is 3/4" X 4". Placeholders on backboard
make aligning the name-plates easy, and visually show the
Name-plates can be taped on or screwed in.
Sometimes mistakes happen in spelling or other
information and it is necessary to remove and replace
one or more of your nameplates.
First you will need some solvent. You WILL NOT
be able to remove the nameplates without it. You
WILL destroy your backboard if you try.
We will send you some adhesive solvent if you need
it. You can also use "Goo Gone" that is
available in most stores.
Follow these instructions EXACTLY.
Get a few paper towels handy to absorb solvent that
Try to keep the solvent around the wrong plaque(s)
only. Don't freak out if it gets onto others,
just try to keep that to minimum.
You will need a small flat-head screwdriver also.
The goal here is to get the plaque off without lifting
or marring the backboard and lamination with it.
plaque off wall and lay flat
something about 1/2" tall
under the top so it tilts
downward just a little.
This will let the solvent only
run downward if it runs.
a SMALL AMOUNT of the solvent
so that it surrounds the wrong
the plaque will take a while
to accomplish (about 10 min).
5). You will
need to VERY GENTLY lift the
plaque edge with the
screwdriver to help let the
solvent go under the wrong
work your way around the edges
while keeping the solvent
present and dripping as needed
(but not running onto the
others if possible).
Just keep this up until the
plaque releases. Clean
up all solvent and adhesive
residue (with more solvent on
a clean paper towel).
You can wipe this entire piece with
the solvent. It will not hurt anything. Let us know if
you have questions or problems.