5e Trade Goods

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Trade Goods

Use this table to supplement the trade goods in the Player's Handbook (p. 157).

Cost Food and Spices Materials Livestock
1 cp 1 lb. of rice One ashlar block[1]
2 cp Two dozen eggs
1 lb. of dried fruit
1 lb. root vegetables[2]
1 lb. of fungi
1 lb. of coal
5 cp 1 lb. of cheese
One salted herring
One goose
1 sp 1 lb. of beef or mutton 1 lb. of zinc
2 sp 1 gallon of milk
1 pint of honey
1 lb. of wool
1 lb. of tallow
1 lb. of lead
3 sp One fleece of wool (1,5 lb.)
5 sp 1 lb. of butter
One salmon
1 gallon of cream
1 lb. of wax
1 lb. of pewter
1 gp 1 lb. of alum 1 lb. of cotton
1 lb. of ivory
1 lb. of tin
2 gp 1 lb. of camphor
1 lb. of nutmeg
1 lb. of sugar
1 lb. of tea
1 lb. of bronze
1 lb. of brass
3 gp One barrel[3] of poor-quality ale
1 lb. of frankincense
1 lb. of mustard
5 gp One barrel of medium-quality ale
One quarter[4] of grain
1 lb. of steel
8 gp One barrel of good-quality ale
1 lb. of ginseng
1 lb. of myrrh
10 gp One barrel of salmon (cleaned and salted)
15 gp One barrel of cheap wine
20 gp One barrel of beef (salted) 1 lb. of electrum
50 gp One barrel of fine wine One sack of wool (170 fleeces)
200 gp One slave, maid
500 gp
  1. A dressed and faced masonry stone
  2. Potatoes, carrots, turnips etc.
  3. 60 gallons
  4. Eight bushels, enough to make bread and porridge for one person for one year
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