latten, lat′en, n. brass or bronze used for crosses: sheet tin, tinned iron-plate.
Most of these were made of pewter or lead, but some have been found of silver gilt, latten, and tin.
There are spoons of every kind made in all metals, some of the earlier examples being of brass and latten.
latten ware was used instead of tin; it was a kind of brass.
latten and brass vessels were silvered and passed off as being of solid silver.
Latimer, Latner sometimes means a worker in latten, a mixed metal of which the etymological origin is unknown.
latten, the term given to thin sheets of brass, was formerly applied to sheets of tinned iron.
Spoon, latten, tinned, the bowl oval and the handle flat with a trilobed terminal.
latten ware, which was largely composed of brass, appeared in various useful forms for table and culinary appointments.
The cartridges, contained in latten buckets, were placed in a barrel by the gun and covered over with a skin of leather.