Where to sell Dragon Bones and Scales
Question: Where can one sell those blasted Dragon Bones and Scales? Is there a list of merchants that will buy them?
Edit: I'm not looking for just a vendor, but preferably a list of vendors (as I've collected about 25 of the them). The ultimate answer would also have an indication of (approximate) amount of gold available on the merchant.
After some searching I found a list of merchants on the Skyrim Wiki, but that doesn't answer my question. The page on Dragon Bone gives a little bit of info on selling them, but no clue on where to sell them.
My follower would certainly be very thankful for any answer to this question, as she's probably getting tired of hauling this loot around...
The workaround I found just after posting this is just going to one merchant that takes them, hit `T` a few times and wait 48 hours for the gold on the merchant to replenish, and sell all of 'em at the same merchant. (Felt like cheating though :D, but my follower's not complaining about that.) Still, I'd be interested to see if there's a list of merchants / answer to my original question.
- 9 years ago
- Arnleif and Sons Trading Company in Markarth
- Gray Pine Goods in Falkreath
- Pawned Prawn in Riften
- Sadri's Used Wares in Windhelm
General goods stores, without the "Master Trader" perk, generally seem to have around 750 gold.
I just confirmed LessPop_MoreFizz's suggestion that apothecaries (potion shops) take them, too: Arcadia's Cauldron, for example. Others include:
- Thaumaturgist's Hut in Morthal
- Grave Concoctions in Falkreath
- The Hag's Cure in Markarth
- The Mortar and Pestle in Dawnstar
- Angeline's Aromatics in Solitude
Apothecaries, without the "Master Trader" perk, generally seem to have around 500 gold.
Beyond that, if you invest in the "Merchant" perk in the Speech skill, you'll be able to sell them anywhere you want, and if you invest in "Master Trader", every merchant will have a ton more gold.
The easiest thing to do is do a circuit amongst the general goods stores and apothecaries (or, if you have "Merchant" and/or "Master Trader", all stores in an area). By the time you're done fast traveling, you'll likely have spent 48 hours and can sell to the original merchant again. But if that's still not convenient, sell to a merchant, and wait 24 hours twice: (relatively) instant restock.
@LessPop_MoreFizz Good call: added.
I'd dispute that average gold held by Apothecaries number - in my experience, they tend to have around 750, but I think that might be level based.
@LessPop_MoreFizz I just checked all the ones listed on my level 9/38 speech character, and everyone had a little over 500 (504, 510, 512, etc). It may indeed be level-based, but I've found nothing online about some sort of formula.