The first set of profiles is e-executed using the following steps and ePlanes
A rabbet defines all fillets and transition points from concave to convex, convex to concave, vertical fillet to concave, etc.
Step 2: A rabbet is added to guide each of your eRounds. (Note that in the following instances the vertex of the rabbet nearly falls upon the finished profile. This facet will serve as a depth gauge. The arrises of the rabbet approximates the angle of the finished profile.)
Step 3: A chamfer is made to guide each of your eHollows. (Take note that the chamfers approximate the angle of the finished profile. Additionally, there are times when the chamfer does and does not touch the finished profile. Is this intentional? If so, Why?)
Step 4: Knock of the corners with the appropriately sized hollows and rounds. If you don't have the a plane with the perfect radius use your closest undersized round and oversized hollow.
I should also note that I am not suggesting that these profiles were historically executed in this fashion.
I'm simply showing you an option to produce tons of profiles with the same set of tools.