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  1. mint condition(Adjective)

    Used, but still like new, as if freshly minted.

  2. Origin: Originally, the phrase comes from the way collectors described the condition of coins coming straight from the mint (coin factory).


  1. Mint condition

    Mint condition is an expression used in the description of pre-owned goods. Originally, the phrase comes from the way collectors describe the condition of coins. As the name given to a coin factory is a "mint", then mint condition is the condition a coin is in when it leaves the mint. Over time, the term "mint" began to be used to describe many different items having excellent, like-new quality.


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