No, it means there may be a few scratches in the finish and worn spots where fingers repeatedly hit the keys or lift the covers possibly some small dings on the legs from moving.
I would never buy a piano on eBay unless I could see it and play it before the purchase, meaning it is located in the same or next county to where I live.
That will depend entirely on the seller.
What one person will consider to be “minor wear”, somebody else may consider to be “major damage”. It’s all about somebody’s own, personal opinion.
“Minor shelf wear” simply means that the bottom edge or corners of the book might be worn from the shelf or from rubbing against its neighbors.
The meaning of such terms is always subjective.
What seems minor to one person may seem moderate to another.
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