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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They are in mint condition. Laura Perkins, via email A Despite being quite rare, your plates aren't tremendously desirable in terms of the collecting market and I'd value them at between PS15 and PS20 a plate.
POSTCARDS aren't likely to be valuable unless they're really unusual, chromo-lithographed, in mint condition and definitely not written on.
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.
He said: "During a house clearance we had been conducting in Anglesey, we came across 12kg of 1967-dated mint condition threepenny bits.
A MINT condition album signed by both John Lennon and Yoko Ono will be amongst the celebrity lots in a major Hollywood props and costume auction being held this Saturday in California.
Included in the dolls section is a Chad Valley "Bambina" a felt and velvet Doll, circa 1927 in excellent to near mint condition and valued at pounds 140-pounds 160.
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.
PAULA Radcliffe sent out a clear warning she is in mint condition to defend her New York Marathon after a world-class performance in the BUPA Great South Run.
Some of these items have never been out of the boxes and are in mint condition. I was wondering if you could advise me on the best way of selling them and give me an idea about how much I should ask.
The world record holder believes she is in mint condition after a three-month, injury-free training spell in the United States.
The eat-dessert-first mood has reflected itself in a run on mint condition apartments, leaving better deals available to those who will renovate.
The car had been kept in mint condition - with just 6,000 miles on the clock.