mint condition


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mint condition

The state of an object that is in perfect condition, as if it has never been touched or otherwise used. The phrase originally referred to coins that were never put into circulation and thus remained in the same pristine condition as when they were produced at the mint. There's no way I'm selling my mint condition Babe Ruth rookie card—I don't care how much money it would get, it's one of my most prized possessions!
See also: condition, mint
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A rare Canal Zone inverted center issue of 1906 in mint condition commenced bidding at $3,000 and sold to an agent for $8,050 against its $3,500 catalogue value.
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The mint condition Now We Are Six - complete with its original dustjacket - was among a pile of donations to the shop.
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THE MINI has been voted car of the 20th century and to mark the accolade one in mint condition will be sealed in a special millennium vault to ensure it is around in the year 3,000.
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