merchandise, especially china, silverware, and glassware, sold in sets with additional individual pieces available from stock for future purchases, as for replacement.
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Origin of open stock
First recorded in 1895–1900
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Historical Examples of open stock
As I said, I can make you a special price on it if you carry it as an open-stock pattern.Fanny Herself