1985 saw Takara release Frenzy in Japan, all on his lonesome. Like all his cassette contemporaries, he was packaged in a small box and came with a clear tape case he could be stored in. Note: We don't believe this is a real Japanese frenzy, although it is not possible to tell when unpackaged. We believe it is a Frenzy with a diaclone or case found other where, but we're not sure. It could be a legitimate G1 Japanese frenzy but we do not believe it is.
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A mint box generally has no noticeable flaws. This doesn't mean it is a C10 box, but that it doesn't have any significant damage to the box. It still may have wear to the window, and a small amount of wear to the box that is noticeable upon close inspection.
A C9 box is still considered very displayable and may have a kink, ding, minor fray to an edge, etc. The box is still case fresh and unopened with factory sealed tape on both sides.
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