While the Cats are Away ...

  That's right, you may remember we mentioned in last week's newsletter that we would be traveling very soon. So, we moved up our departure to see family and hopefully help our with the *big* move  Debbie's 99 year old Mom has decided to move into an assisted care facility and we want to be there to help. So off we go!
  The good news for you is that we're not leaving until this weekend so you still have a few days to stock up on Doctor Ben's & Scale Model Masterpieces/Yorke and the *tons* of Sequoia Scale Models Details! And by the way; we found a bunch that didn't make it to the website way back when and now they are posted. If you are following us on Facebook you've seen all the announcements of our Sequoia Details Close Out. One last point on the Sequoia  is that since there are so many Sequoia parts that have only a quantity of one or two, we have listed them in our eBay Store.
  Anyway, hope that you're having a great model building Summer. Our friend Darryl Huffman has re-ignited his Blog and wouldn't you know it, the very first thing he shares is his version of our Pool Hall & Bordello kit (1980s) which just happens to have a 5 STAR Review!
  We'll be in touch from time-to-time when we have Internet access. Good service is often very spotty on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It's a good thing that the Crab Cakes are amazing! See you in the Hobby Room ...
"The St. Matthew's School House" Historical Kit
by Scale Model Masterpieces formerly Thomas A. Yorke Enterprises
Updated Kit! HO/HOn3/HOn2/HOn30
 Footprint: 2-1/2" wide x 4-1/2' long
. Small in stature; huge in detail, the prototype for this structure was one of the hundreds of photographs done for the Farm Security Administration by Walker Evans. The photo for this particular inspiration was about 1936 somewhere in Alabama. This structure is a complete freestanding structure that may be used alone or combined with other period structures. Continued Here!
Bobby Cops/ Beat Cops/Policemen (3pcs-NOS)Lledo/Days Gone O/On3/On2 1:48
This original lledo figure is seriously too big for the 1;64 scale Lledo/Days Gone vehicles. But, the size is just right for 1;50/1;48 scale. Three (3) UNPAINTED standing figures are included. SEE HERE!

 

 

 

 

Wooden Boxes/ Crates (6pcs) N/HO/S/O Scale

Scale Model Masterpieces (formerly Cal Freight) 

N-Scale SMM2139 - HO Scale SMM5139 - S-Scale SMM7139 - O-Scale SMM9339

 





 

6pcs-7/16" x 7/16" x 9/16"long Labstone Castings

  These Scale Model Masterpieces Detail Parts are composed of UNFINISHED/UNASSEMBLED Natural High Quality Labstone castings/parts-Assembly & Finish may be Required. Assembly using most plastic cements and painting may be completed by hand or an air brush. Want to know how to weather your finished model? Scroll down to find out how! The above image and thumbnail at right best describes this item assembled (required) & its design. The above image/thumbnail best describes this item SIZE, QUANTITY, COLOR, if assembled (required) & its design. Got Questions? Always Ask first!

Stacks 'O Sacks-Laying On the Ground, Piled up, On a Pallet - Many Configurations and Sizes!
N / HO / S / O Scales!
These Scale Model Masterpieces Labstone Detail Parts are composed of UNFINISHED and often UNASSEMBLED High Quality, nearly flawless Labstone castings-Assembly & Finish Required.  SEE MORE HERE!

Staining & Weathering Tree Stumps using     Doctor Ben's Weathering

 

  The "Tips & Techniques" Blog article is more like “how I do it” than a “How-To-Do-It” and this technique works for all scales—Z to 1:1. And yes, a copy of this "Tips & Techniques" Blog article is included with Scale Model Masterpieces Old Tree Stumps sets purchased 

  Please note that this is a very abbreviated how-to description and that the "whole technique' is found on our website Blog by clicking on any of the images in this Newsletter.

  Doctor Ben’s Industrial Weathering Pigments (IWP) are used to paint and color the tree stumps as well as rock work, scenery stains and washes, weathering and you name it. Just like the Doctor Ben's Weathering Stain which also could be use for this technique, these products are very easy to use (no previous experience necessary) by using any Isopropyl rubbing alcohol (70% works fine) as the wetting agent or to turn the dry pigments

into a highly tinted colored liquid.

  There are numerous browns of the Doctor Ben’s Industrial Weathering Pigments to use for the bark. You can pick one that looks best on your layout or mix them up for a more diverse look. Also, you can apply a wash of Aged Driftwood (gray & faded) Rustic Oak (browns & yellows) and Natural Pine (green & mossy) to the colored stumps when you are done for a more faded, natural look. Continued Here  

Weathering Pigment Flavor-of-the-Week:
Majestic Mountains Weathering Pigment-2oz
Doctor Ben's Scale Consortium

  All Doctor Ben's Weathering Solutions are available in 2 ounce wide-mouth recyclable jars individually and in money-saving 27-jar & 8-jar sets as well as an 11-Color Pigment Sampler Set. CLICK HERE to find out more!
Please share your DEBenLLC purchase experience!
When you make a purchase from our  www.DEBenLLC.com Website you will receive an email about two weeks later asking for a Product Review for for purchased item(s) on our website!  This is a brand new feature on our website so here is a chance for your to be one of the first customers to share your DEBenLLC product experiences. . And be sure to Invite your Friends to Like our facebook Page, too! 
  And finally, Yes, the United States Postal Service has increased postal rates will increase beginning July 10, 2019.  Actually it's all about dimensional sizes but none the less a rate hike including limiting International Envelope weight maximums to 12 ounces. After that the calculation switches to Package Rates.
 
   DEBenLLC & Doctor Ben's Facebook Pages Social Networks!

Click here for the Doctor Ben's Facebook Page - Like Us Here!

Click here for the DEBENLLC Facebook Fan Page - Like Us Here!

Thank you for your business! Please tell your friends; it’s our only advertising.
Sincerely, Debbie & Richard Bendever