An item in mint condition (especially a motor car)(noun)
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Use "minter" in a sentence
"Right about this time, in 1693, England granted royal minter Thomas Neale a patent to run the American post office."
"I haven't had time to see if he was someone historical or someone in Nalini's universe. lacarma minter --"
"It was an accessory to Enron, a purveyor of tainted stock "research" to telecom and dot-com investors, a minter of disingenuous off-balance-sheet vehicles to hold massive bets on mortgage derivatives."