stationer

[stey-shuh-ner]
noun
1.
a person who sells the materials used in writing, as paper, pens, pencils, and ink.
2.
Archaic.
a.
a bookseller.
b.
a publisher.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English stacio(u)ner < Medieval Latin statiōnārius, noun use of the adj.: stationary, i.e., pertaining to dealers with permanent shops as distinguished from itinerant vendors

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stationer (ˈsteɪʃənə)
 
n
1.  a person who sells stationery or a shop where stationery is sold
2.  obsolete a publisher or bookseller
 
[C14: from Medieval Latin stationarius a person having a regular station, hence a shopkeeper (esp a bookseller) as distinguished from an itinerant tradesman; see station]

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Example sentences
The address of a professional secretary can always be furnished by the
  stationer.
He bought a sketchbook from a stationer's near the bus terminal, a place that
  sold blank books of all descriptions.
At a stationer's, he bought a pen with a gold nib and a bottle of ink and a few
  sheets of writing paper.
Most large towns possessed some combination of printer, stationer, and
  bookbinder.
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