The fair was now begun in good earnest, and there was no end to the booths for the sale of fancy goods of every description.
There was only one place in Surfwood where toys and fancy goods were sold.
It was a fancy goods shop, and was kept by a woman of the name of Myrtle.
Were they to visit one after the other all the fancy goods stores?
Magasins de nouveauts—Linen-draper's, or fancy goods', shop.
Part of her store she devoted to fancy goods, and, for seven years and a half, did all the buying in Boston.
The larger skins are preferred for upholstery and the smaller for fancy goods and bookbinding.
A Berlin warehouse is a shop for the sale of wools and fancy goods (cf. Italian warehouse).
He counts on saving from his slender income enough to purchase a little stock of fancy goods.
Of course when the goods are fancy goods containing several colours they have to be woven from dyed yarns.