What does MISB and MIB mean?

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  1. maninthebox94

    maninthebox94 Banned

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    I see them in the sale/trade threads alot but i dont know what they mean, clue me in on this someone?:confused: 
     
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    MISB = Mint In Sealed Box

    MIB = Mint In Box
     
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    Also:
    MOC - Mint On Card (opened)
    MOSC - Mint On Sealed Card
     
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    Digilaut I'm Mary Poppins, y'all!

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    And Mint means it's in good/perfect condition..it's not a sweet. Just saying..:) 
     
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    FreshDebesh <b><font color=brickred>oye chak de phatte!</font> Veteran

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    In the future, please ask such questions via PM to a seller if you are interested in an item being sold in the Junkion. Thanks.
     
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