[MV] Mint or not mint, the question is...

Andreas Mehlhorn (a.mehlhorn@t-online.de)
Wed, 20 Jan 1999 23:40:19 +0100

Gary R. Downing schrieb:
> I hate to rain on anyone's parade but "MINT" mean's "New or in it's
> original condition, as a postage stamp, in <italic>mint</italic>
> condition." (Webster's New Twentieth Century Dictionary.")
> If you rub off Washington's immage from a coin and replace it with
> Lincoln's, it can not be "MINT" no matter how much you polish it.

Agreed 100 per cent. A pink Kettenkrad can never be "MINT" condition.


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