Solid Perfume › Forums › General Lauder Solids Talk › Let's Define "mint" And "rare" › Re: Let's Define “mint” And “rare”
August 8, 2004 at 3:56 pm
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Have to agree with you all here. “Mint As Is?” What is that? And yes, many of us are sellers as well as buyers. When I say something is MIB, it is Mint In the Box! However, I have found that if I list something that is LESS THAN MINT and point out the problem, even so much as a tiny chip (as in the case of some Waterford Crystal and Orrefors I sold a few months ago), people are still going to bid. They prefer honesty and want to know exactly what they are bidding on. So if you're selling something less than perfect, it's ok to point out the defects, no matter how small. Buyers appreciate it…I know I do.