If while restoring backup, Db errors out with ORA-27047, it implied that the block header is corrupt.
Following three actions can be taken to restore DB:
1. resize the database file in the source system and again take the cold backup. Resizing reformats the block header.
2. use the existing control files to startup the database and then resize the file.
3. If control files can not be reused, because of the change in file location where db files will be restored, just take the cold backup copy of only the resized file from the source system. replace the existing corrupt header file with the newly backup copy and create the control file.
revert back to the original corrupt header file and try to open db with the newly created control file. It will fail with checkpoint mismatch asking for some file needing recovery.
Give the command "recover database using backup control file". When asked for the achive logs, supply the redo log file (try with each of the log files), it will recover the DB.