Mint Condition


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Mint Condition

In numismatics, the state in which a coin has the exact same quality as it had when it was produced. A mint condition coin has never circulated and has been protected from touch or other human use. These coins can be valuable to collectors, but they tend to be illiquid assets.
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There are many charming items in this sale, many in mint or near mint condition and complete with original boxes," said a Vectis spokesperson.
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