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The master of the marble and then the iron palace, too, advertised "one price" — not only in newspapers but in those buildings (the original "marble palace" Dry Goods Store at 280 Broadway and the "cast-iron palace" expansion that was to occupy the whole block between East 9th and 10th Streets), too: A. T. Stewart was a department store pioneer and one of the first to put on every piece for sale a tag with the (non-negotiable) price.
Some 200 years later, you can put tags on the pricey goods, too, in all your email accounts' departments in and around Manhattan:
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