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  1. A combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock, mined at a Mine or Iron Ore & Coal Mine. Following are production buildings that use Coal: The Stacks Burner and Brickworks converts Coal into Coke so it can be used as a fuel. The Forge, Foundry, Large Smith and Country Smithy use Coal + Logs + Iron to make Steel Tools. The Forge and Foundry use Coal and Iron to make Joists. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 6 Weight: 15 View full article
  2. Gold Ore consists of a variety of minerals that contain Gold. The Placer Mines and Precious Mines sometimes find Gold Ore. The Forge and Foundry can produce Gold from Gold Ore + Furnace Fuel. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value 10 Weight: 2 View full article
  3. Salt is a mineral and is one of the oldest and most common food seasonings. It is found in seawater and dried up ancient sea beds. Salting is an important way to preserve food. Salt is produced by the Saltworks and the Stone and Salt Mine and is used to make various foods: Uses: It is used by the Saltinghouse to produce a variety of meat and cheese products. Salt is also used by the Preservist to make Pickled Eggs and Potted Meats. The Pub Kitchen uses Salt + Pork to make Pub Meals Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 1 Weight: 2
  4. Salt is a mineral and is one of the oldest and most common food seasonings. It is found in seawater and dried up ancient sea beds. Salting is an important way to preserve food. Salt is produced by the Saltworks and the Stone and Salt Mine and is used to make various foods: Uses: It is used by the Saltinghouse to produce a variety of meat and cheese products. Salt is also used by the Preservist to make Pickled Eggs and Potted Meats. The Pub Kitchen uses Salt + Pork to make Pub Meals Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 1 Weight: 2 View full article
  5. These are gemstone in their rough, natural state. They often look dull and only look like they are of value after they have been polished. Rough Gemstones are sometimes found by the Precious Mine and the Placer Mine. The Gemcutter turns Rough Gemstones into Polished Gemstones, increasing their value. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 200 Weight: 1
  6. These are gemstone in their rough, natural state. They often look dull and only look like they are of value after they have been polished. Rough Gemstones are sometimes found by the Precious Mine and the Placer Mine. The Gemcutter turns Rough Gemstones into Polished Gemstones, increasing their value. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 200 Weight: 1 View full article
  7. Gold Ore consists of a variety of minerals that contain Gold. The Placer Mines and Precious Mines sometimes find Gold Ore. The Forge and Foundry can produce Gold from Gold Ore + Furnace Fuel. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value 10 Weight: 2
  8. Copper Ore consists of various minerals that contain Copper. It's mined at a Copper Ore Mine Shaft. Copper Ore must be refined at a Forge or Foundry to obtain Copper. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 2 Weight: 2
  9. Copper Ore consists of various minerals that contain Copper. It's mined at a Copper Ore Mine Shaft. Copper Ore must be refined at a Forge or Foundry to obtain Copper. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 2 Weight: 2 View full article
  10. A combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock, mined at a Mine or Iron Ore & Coal Mine. Following are production buildings that use Coal: The Stacks Burner and Brickworks converts Coal into Coke so it can be used as a fuel. The Forge, Foundry, Large Smith and Country Smithy use Coal + Logs + Iron to make Steel Tools. The Forge and Foundry use Coal and Iron to make Joists. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 6 Weight: 15
  11. Silver Ore can be obtained from the Precious Mine or the Placer Mine. The Melting House can use Silver Ore + Furnace Fuel to make Silver Pfennigs The Forge or Foundry can use Silver Ore + Furnace Fuel make Silver. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 3 Weight: 2
  12. Silver Ore can be obtained from the Precious Mine or the Placer Mine. The Melting House can use Silver Ore + Furnace Fuel to make Silver Pfennigs The Forge or Foundry can use Silver Ore + Furnace Fuel make Silver. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 3 Weight: 2 View full article
  13. Introduced in Colonial Charter 1.6, Tin Ore can be extracted from the Tin Ore Mine Shaft. It can be refined into Tin by using Furnace Fuel either directly at the mine, or in a Forge or Foundry. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 2 Weight: 2
  14. Introduced in Colonial Charter 1.6, Tin Ore can be extracted from the Tin Ore Mine Shaft. It can be refined into Tin by using Furnace Fuel either directly at the mine, or in a Forge or Foundry. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 2 Weight: 2 View full article
  15. Introduced in Colonial Charter 1.6, Iron Ore replaces the original Iron from the unmodded game as the form of Iron that is picked up off surface of your map by your laborers, or mined from a mine. Iron Ore has many uses: To Build a Blacksmith, you need Iron Ore + Logs + Stone. It is the only building that needs Iron Ore for construction. The Blacksmith, Large Smithy, Rural Smithy and Dock Workshop can use Iron Ore + Logs to make Rough Tools. The Large Smithy and Rural Smithy can make Steel Tools from Iron Ore + Coal + Log The Forge, Foundry or Small Iron Smelter can convert Iron Ore + Furnace Fuel into Iron. The Forge and Foundry can make Steel Tools using Iron Ore and Coal. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 2 Weight: 2
  16. Introduced in Colonial Charter 1.6, Iron Ore replaces the original Iron from the unmodded game as the form of Iron that is picked up off surface of your map by your laborers, or mined from a mine. Iron Ore has many uses: To Build a Blacksmith, you need Iron Ore + Logs + Stone. It is the only building that needs Iron Ore for construction. The Blacksmith, Large Smithy, Rural Smithy and Dock Workshop can use Iron Ore + Logs to make Rough Tools. The Large Smithy and Rural Smithy can make Steel Tools from Iron Ore + Coal + Log The Forge, Foundry or Small Iron Smelter can convert Iron Ore + Furnace Fuel into Iron. The Forge and Foundry can make Steel Tools using Iron Ore and Coal. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Materials) Trade Value: 2 Weight: 2 View full article
  17. Marble is a type of stone commonly used for sculptures. Marble may be obtained from a merchant. The Statue Carver can use Marble to make Marble statues, used either for trading or as a decoration for your town. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 11 Weight: 4
  18. Marble is a type of stone commonly used for sculptures. Marble may be obtained from a merchant. The Statue Carver can use Marble to make Marble statues, used either for trading or as a decoration for your town. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 11 Weight: 4 View full article
  19. Jade is an ornamental rock used by the Statue Carver to make Jade Statues. The Jade Statues can either be traded or placed as decorations in your town. Jade can be purchased from a merchant or the Chartered Company. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 10 Weight: 4
  20. Jade is an ornamental rock used by the Statue Carver to make Jade Statues. The Jade Statues can either be traded or placed as decorations in your town. Jade can be purchased from a merchant or the Chartered Company. Flag/Limit: Minerals (Prior to CC 1.72: Dry Goods) Trade Value: 10 Weight: 4 View full article