Magic Item Values

The gold piece value of a magic item depends on its level, as shown on the table below. The value of a consumable item (such as a potion) is much lower than the value of a nonconsumable item of the same level. The sale price of a magic item (the amount a character gets from selling an item) depends on the rarity of the item, as shown on the table. A common item’s sale price is 20 percent of its gold piece value; an uncommon item’s sale price is 50 percent of its gold piece value; and a rare item’s sale price is its full gold piece value.

LevelGold Piece ValueCommon sale priceUncommon sale priceRare sale price
136072180360
2520104260520
3680136340680
4840168420840
510002005001000
618003609001800
7260052013002600
8340068017003400
9420084021004200
105000100025005000
119000180045009000
12130002600650013000
13170003400850017000
142100042001050021000
152500050001250025000
164500090002250045000
1765000130003250065000
1885000170004250085000
191050002100052500105000
201250002500062500125000
2122500045000112500225000
2232500065000162500325000
2342500085000212500425000
24525000105000262500525000
25625000125000312500625000
2611250002250005625001125000
2716250003250008125001625000
28212500042500010625002125000
29262500052500013125002625000
30312500062500015625003125000

Published in Rules Compendium, page(s) 277.