many rare items that are worth millions may look like normal junk items, most of these are "server Births" these items will look like items you can currently get in game from other means but are worth anywhere from a few million gold to a few hundred million depending on the items.so please be carefull what you throw away or let decay. with the massive amount of houses going quite a few of these relics will be in the mix and i know for me and i can safely speak for the entire rares community that these need to be rescued. here is a small list of some items you should look out for that could easily be mistaken for current items. a book (looks like the minning sand book graphic or glassblowing graphic) a kettle(looks like the cauldron you get from grizeldas quest) full vials/empty vials (same graphic as the craftable full vial rack/empty vial rack) pitcher ( looks like proximuses stien) a golden goblet(looks like a gold colored goblet you craft..server birth! bloody bandage (looks like a regular bandage) bones (looks like the bone containers you get from ant lions, theres 2 types ones that are containers they are not that rare, then there are ones that are not containers those are worth millions) ANY Doom stealable artifact was once a server birth so look carefully if they do not have a artifact rarity on them they could be a server birth. just as a example a skull with candle (lit or unlit) could net 25-45mil! other items that are considered valuable would be items such as aos roses,older christmass items,furs ect.. some of these can net you millions of gold. rubble! certain pieces of rubble are extreamly rare and could net you tens if not hundreds of mills in gold and some of these look like junk. the golden rule is if you dont know save it and do a little of research, worse case scenario go onto the rares forum and check the resourses or put up a post, one of us would be happy to answer questions. lets save some of our history, if you dont want the items then you can sell to those of us who would covet the items. lets just not let them decay into oblivion!