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My aunt wants to pack up her antique china, really delicate pieces, some dating back more than 100 years. Needless to say I'm paranoid about even touching it. What's the best way to pack it for a move?

Besides the usual plates, cups, saucers, there are serving pieces. I don't know what those Victorians ate, but the platters are big enough to hold an entire pig.
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