Hi, This sentence is hard for me to understand. I don’t know if it was written correctly. Please help me clarify it. “A collectible coin is said to be in mint condition when it look as it did when it was made.” Thanks.
This sentence is explaining the phrase "in mint condition," a characteristic that some collectible coins display.
A collectible coin is one collected by a numismatist.
Such a coin is said to be (i.e. is identified as being, is considered to be) in mint condition when it fulfills a certain condition - when it looks like it did when it was first made (when it was minted).
A collectible coin is said to be in mint condition when it looks as it did when it was made. This means that the coin looks (appears) to be in the same condition as when it was newly minted. A mint condition coin needs to be not worn by being used. The edges must be sharp with no scratches or marks or corrosion.