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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

p.162, HAND FORGING, handle, heating, bar, hammering, anvil, Fig. 107, Fig. 108, Drawer-Pulls, Handles, forged, drilled, countersunk-head, rivets, Fig. 108, ornaments, chisel, tools
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p.162 HAND - FORGING handle. The handle is next made. This is done by heating the bar and hammering the ends flat on the inside of the anvil, as shown in Fig. 107, at A. It is next bent over the outside of the anvil, as shown at B. The corner is now worked square Fig. 108. Drawer-Pulls with Ring Handles by hammering in the position shown at C. When the handle is forged, it is placed in position between the lugs and marked, the holes are drilled, and it is fastened with countersunk-head rivets. Other kinds of drawer pulls are shown in Fig. 108. The rings or handles swing from one lug and are made from square and round stock. Twisted and simple ornaments are cut on the surface with chisel tools, both on the rings and

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