This section is from the book "Spons' Mechanics' Own Book: A Manual For Handicraftsmen And Amateurs", by Edward Spon. Also available from Amazon: Spons' Mechanics' Own Book.
Fig. 203 is an iron or boxwood block recessed in the centre, by which cups or dishes of copper and tin maybe shaped in one piece. Fig. 204 is a fluting block, which is used on the same principle to make corrugated patterns. When extensive operations are carried on, machines replace these simple contrivances. Fig. 205 is a small and Fig. 206 a large swaging machine; Fig. 207 is a grooving machine. Fig. 208 is a creasing iron; Fig. 209, a block hammer; Fig. 210, a concave hammer; Fig. 211, a rivet set; Fig. 212, a groove punch; Fig. 213, a hollow punch; Fig. 214, a teapot neck tool; Fig. 215, a kettle lid swage.