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     It starts innocently enough. You have a few attractive 18th century spoons and begin to think it would be nice to have an example of what came before them, and then what before that. Next you think it would be good to have a few more examples to illustrate the variety that existed. It takes a few years but, sooner or later, you find you have a small collection of late 16th and early 17th century spoons. Not the very best or the most rare because you want to save some cash for your dotage or your children's inheritance, but you hope a reasonably representative sample. At least, that is how the spoons that follow came to be assembled.

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