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It was often given by godparents as the basis of a nest egg for the future - silver has an intrinsic value that is seldom diminished.
A child from a really well-heeled background could expect to receive a full set of thirteen spoons, which included all twelve apostles and the master spoon showing the figure of Jesus.
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