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Taiga, Revised, NM condition (see grading chart below).
These are from a collection of Revised duals I'm selling for a friend. He tells me they were never played with, and by all appearences that is true. I'm calling them NM because they all have the very slight flaws one might expect from handling and storage, but they are very solidly NM. You won't be disappointed.
GRADING CHART: MINT: perfect card--I won't use this rating unless I put it straight from the pack to a protector myself, and even then some pack cards aren't Mint (unplayed, good print, well-centered). NEAR MINT (NM): card looks unplayed to any but the pickiest grader. VERY FINE/NM (VF/NM): card has one or two very small nicks on one edge or a very small mark on a face. Usually a card played in sleeves or perhaps never played but stored unsleeved in a card box. VERY FINE (VF): very light play evident. FINE (F): card is played but not heavily, some edgewear is evident. VERY GOOD (VG): card is pretty heavily played on edges and may have a little bit of face scuffing. you will probably want to use a sleeve to conceal marks. GOOD (G): card is heavily played with heavy whitening on the edges and scuffing on the faces--playable only in a sleeve. POOR (P): everything else. The card can only be played in a sleeve and is very heavily played with very heavy edge wear and bad scuffing on faces, and/or a bend, crease or tear.