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sales history

noun [U]
 
 
FINANCE information about a company's income from sales of a particular product in the past: The sales history counts, but recent sales are weighted more heavily.
COMMERCE information about who has owned a car, house, etc. in the past, and the price or prices it was sold for: We were given access to property records, including the sales history.
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