What Is a Spoon Collector Called?

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Spoon collectors are also known as collectors of spoons. Spoons are collected for various reasons such as for the purpose of research (ancient spoons); some are collected also for their hallmarks and also the hunt for rare or missing pieces in a collection. Spoons can be collected according to origin, date, form, type etc.
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