Black sauce pans, lined with tin or with porcelain; tin sauce pans, thin ones, and thick ones made of block tin.
There was likewise a small quantity of block tin, sheet tin, and solder.
Then put the pounded meat into a large potting can of block tin with a cover.
The point of the mandrel was driven through a piece of block tin, about 1/2 in.
Twelve feet below the surface of the spring a block tin tube conveys the water into reservoirs placed at the bottom of this vault.
Kettles lined with porcelain are the best, but if you cannot procure them, block tin may be substituted.
The tubing is a block tin pipe, encased with iron, eighty-five feet in length and two inches in diameter.
There are two kinds of tin known in commerce, namely, block tin, and grain tin.
Buns and some other cakes should be baked in square shallow pans of block tin or iron.
We shall see that an addition of block tin was made to the lead by the old figure founders.