VERDICT analysis can successfully distinguish benign from malignant prostate tissue in-vivo showing promising results as a cancer diagnostic tool. However, the accuracy with which model parameters reflect the underlying tissue characteristics is unknown. In this study, we quantitatively compare the intracellular, extracellular-extravascular and vascular volume fractions derived from in-vivo VERDICT MRI against histological measurements from prostatectomies. We use 3D-printed personalised moulds designed from in-vivo MRI that help preserve the orientation and location of the gland and aid histological alignment. Results from the first samples using the 3D mould pipeline show good agreement between in-vivo VERDICT estimates and histology.