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3. The first stage of raising is always the hardest, and with this bronze, I needed the BIG raising hammer.

03.jpg 2. Crimps put into it for raising. The arrow indicates the face end.Thumbnails4. The first stage of raising done. The bronze gets harder and harder to work the closer to the edge you get. If this was brass or copper it would look a lot neater and have a steeper angle.2. Crimps put into it for raising. The arrow indicates the face end.Thumbnails4. The first stage of raising done. The bronze gets harder and harder to work the closer to the edge you get. If this was brass or copper it would look a lot neater and have a steeper angle.2. Crimps put into it for raising. The arrow indicates the face end.Thumbnails4. The first stage of raising done. The bronze gets harder and harder to work the closer to the edge you get. If this was brass or copper it would look a lot neater and have a steeper angle.2. Crimps put into it for raising. The arrow indicates the face end.Thumbnails4. The first stage of raising done. The bronze gets harder and harder to work the closer to the edge you get. If this was brass or copper it would look a lot neater and have a steeper angle.