noun, plural mer·cer·ies. British.
Origin of mercery
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Historical Examples of mercery
The Mercers' School was first held in the hospital and then removed to the mercery.
It stands at the end of Mercery Lane, a lofty building with towers at its corners, and two storeys above the archway.The Cathedral Church of Canterbury [2nd ed.].
Lydgate, in his ballad, describes the mercers' and haberdashers' stalls as side by side in the mercery in Chepe.
This yere was a strife betwene yong men of the Mercery and Lumbardes.
The latter have a great many shops of mercery, haberdashery, and millinery.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil