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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5 Thunderbirds 1967 Dinky pink Rolls-Royce, mint condition, boxed, PS600
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Stamp expert Richard Vincent said the sheet owed its value to its mint condition and the fact that it was a complete set of 20.
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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.
Some of the other records on the list are more affordable, with mint condition first pressings of popular albums like David Bowie's The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars worth around pounds 40 and likely to increase in value.
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