Brass or an alloy resembling brass, hammered slim and previously used in the manufacture of chapel vessels.
A thin sheet of steel, especially of tin.
An alloy of copper and tin, just like bronze, with an acceptable part of tin to really make it a pewter-like color with yellow tinge (rather than the brownish-gold color of bronze of higher copper content), when utilized in thin sheets and domestic utensils and light-duty resources.
A kind of brass hammered into thin sheets, formerly much utilized for making church utensils, as candlesticks, crosses, etc.; -- labeled as additionally latten metal.
Sheet tin; iron plate, covered with tin; also, any steel in thin sheets.
A mixed steel, made from copper and zinc and not virtually distinguishable from metal.
Same as latten-brass.
A sheet-iron dish prepared for tinning, and ranging in thickness from. 020 to. 016 of an inch.
metal (or a yellow alloy resembling brass) which was hammered into slim sheets; formerly employed for chapel utensils