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10. After annealing, the metal is soft enough to press again.

10a.jpg 9. After all that hammering, the metal is work-hardened, and needs to be annealed.Thumbnails11. Using the ball stake shown on the left with the heavy planishing hammer to fill out the form of the head.9. After all that hammering, the metal is work-hardened, and needs to be annealed.Thumbnails11. Using the ball stake shown on the left with the heavy planishing hammer to fill out the form of the head.9. After all that hammering, the metal is work-hardened, and needs to be annealed.Thumbnails11. Using the ball stake shown on the left with the heavy planishing hammer to fill out the form of the head.9. After all that hammering, the metal is work-hardened, and needs to be annealed.Thumbnails11. Using the ball stake shown on the left with the heavy planishing hammer to fill out the form of the head.9. After all that hammering, the metal is work-hardened, and needs to be annealed.Thumbnails11. Using the ball stake shown on the left with the heavy planishing hammer to fill out the form of the head.

10. After annealing, the metal is soft enough to press again.

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