The pufling of goods to induce the sale thereof; not regarded in
law as fraudulent unless accompanied by some artifice to deceive the purchaser and
throw him off his guard or some concealment of intrinsic defects not easily discoverable.
Kimball v. Bangs. 144 Mass. 321, 11 N. E. 113; Reynolds v. Palmer (a C.) 21
l ed. 433.