Where a seller is under a contract to deliver a specific quantity of goods and tenders a smaller quantity, the buyer may reject the tender.54 The buyer may, however, accept the offer though defective.55 In so doing he enters into a new contract. The offer of a quantity not contracted for is a manifestation of the seller's willingness to sell that quantity. The terms of this new contract,if no contrary intention is indicated, are the same as those of the original bargain, except as to quantity. If, therefore, the original bargain provided for a lump price, the buyer, if he accepted the goods, would become liable for that price. If, however, the original contract provided for payment by number, weight, or measure, the buyer would become liable to pay at this rate for the quantity of goods actually received.56