It is in near mint condition and still has the packaging, although the condition of that is better described as "average".
What does NM stand for?
NM stands for Near Mint
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 45 other meanings of NM in our Acronym Attic
- Narcissistic Mother
- National Match (rifle)
- National Means
- National Merit (scholarship)
- National Monument (Park Service)
- Nature Medicine
- Nautical Mile (6,080 feet)
- Naval Magazine (US Navy)
- Navigation Module
Samples in periodicals archive:
Included in the dolls section is a Chad Valley "Bambina" a felt and velvet Doll, circa 1927 in excellent to near mint condition and valued at pounds 140-pounds 160.
It includes books, clothes, furniture, home appliances, electronics, genuine and vintage antiques, paintings and other items all in a near mint condition.
Because of its strategic location near Worldwide Plaza and the near mint condition of the properties The Orbach Group moved quickly and efficiently to bring about a sale.
This gun is near mint, but the center pin running through the middle of the cylinder to unlock the front part of the lock mechanism is broken.
He was happy to join the new company and move back to the family farm near Mint Spring.
27, where Batman made his first appearance, sells for $450,000 in near mint condition, said Anthony Eberle, who organized the Eugene show.
The near mint condition souvenir belonged to Sir Frederick Wall, the secretary of the FA between 1895 and 1934, and was entered into the sale by a direct descendent of his.