Golden Frontier Selling Cost for Materials

This is an alphabetical list of the amount of coins received when selling these items from your warehouse. The Red highlighted items sell for 250 coins or higher, Blue highlighted 200 coins!

Abacus – 10 Coins
Apple – 25 Coins
Axe – 100 Coins
Bag – 100 Coins
Bait – 180 Coins
Bark – 5 Coins
Basket with Apples – 250 Coins
Beans – 10 Coins
Big Fish – 300 Coins
Bird Fodder -10 Coins
Blanket 450 – Coins
Book – 200 coins
Bouquet – 15 Coins
Box – 10 coins
Brick – 130 Coins
Broken Saw – 5 Coins
Brush – 10 coins
Brushwood – 5 Coins
Burner – 100 coins
Cabbage – 10 coins
Can with Varnish – 100 Coins
Canvas – 350 Coins
Caramel – 5 coins
Ceramic – 50 Coins
Chain – 330 Coins
Chest – 200 Coins
Chisel – 100 Coins
Circular Saw – 10 Coins
Clay – 5 Coins
Clay Solution – 35 Coins
Coal – 40 Coins
Coffee Bean – 11 Coins
Corn – 5 Coins
Cotton – 7 Coins
Document – 10 Coins
Draft – 15 Coins
Duck’s Egg – 25 Coins
Duck’s Feather – 30 Coins
Eggs – 25 Coins
Envelope – 75 coins
Fabric – 170 Coins
Feather – 30 coins
Feather Bed – 500 Coins
Feather Decoration – 400 Coins
Fertilizer – 35 coins
Firewood – 35 Coins
Fish – 200 Coins
Fishing Rod – 180 Coins
Food – 1 coin
Fruit Press – 300 Coins
Glass – 50 Coins
Glue – 25 Coins
Golden Sand – 10 Coins
Grape Juice – 200 Coins
Grapes – 10 coins
Grass Bunch – 5 Coins
Gravel – 5 coins
Ground Coffee – 20 Coins
Gutter – 10 Coins
Hammer – 100 Coins
Hammer – 100 coins
Hardware – 200 Coins
Hay – 20 Coins
Heat – 15 Coins
Helmet – 50 Coins
Horn – 50 coins
Ink – 75 coins
Iron – 90 Coins
Iron Ore – 5 Coins
Jam – 1000 Coins
Jar – 100 Coins
Jar of Beans – 600 Coins
Knife – 15 Coins
Land Warrant – 50 Coins
Leg – 10 Coins
Manuscript – 50 coins
Milk – 40 Coins
Nails – 780 Coins
Oil Lamp – 100 Coins
Orange – 40 Coins
Orange Juice – 200 Coins
Pack Thread – 10 Coins
Paper – 50 coins
Patches – 20 Coins
Pear – 5 Coins
Pick Axe – 180 Coins
Pillow – 400 Coins
Pine wood – 5 coins
Pineapple – 10 Coins
Pineapple Juice – 200 Coins
Plane – 100 Coins
Plank – 90 Coins
Plum – 30 coins
Plum juice – 200 coins
Plywood – 310 coins
Poker – 10 coins
Potato – 10 Coins
Printing Machine 10 Coins
Raspberry – 5 Coins
Rivet – 5 coins
Roasted Coffee Beans – 15 Coins
Rope – 65 Coins
Ruler – 50 Coins
Sand – Coins
Saw – 170 Coins
Screwdriver – 50 Coins
Seal – 5 coins
Shaft – 10 Coins
Sheet metal – 100 coins
Shuttle – 280 Coins
Silver – 125 Coins
Silver Ore- 35 Coins
Small Fish – 50 Coins
Spade – 5 Coins
Stamp – 75 coins
Steel – 50 Coins
Steel Beam – 500 Coins
Stone – 5 Coins
Stone Blocks – 100 Coins
Straw – 5 Coins
Sugar – 5 Coins
Table Top – 200 Coins
Thread – 35 coins
Tile – 380 Coins
Tree Sap – 5 Coins
Trolley – 50 Coins
Turkey’s Egg – 25 Coins
Turkey’s Feather – 30 Coins
Wall clock – 10 coins
Water – 20 Coins
Way bill – 10 coins
Wheat – 5 Coins
Wood – 5 Coins
Wood Beam – 650 Coins
Wooden Pile – 100 coins
Wool – 20 Coins
Work of art – 100 coins
Writer’s autograph – 100 coins

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