At value -- This is a term used in commercial dealings and
particularly in transactions in dry goods. If a sale of goods
for delivery in the next or an ensuing season is made at value
instead of at a designated price it means that the price has
not yet been fixed for the season in question and that the
goods will be billed at the price ruling when shipment is made.
Also, goods sold for the current season, but the prices of
which are subject to change, often are sold at value, which
means that they will be billed at the price ruling when shipment
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