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[Price Check] An "expensive" chair?

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by McValdemar, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. McValdemar

    McValdemar Guest

    Hi,
    I just came back in UO after years and did the usual "bank" check for the items I used to have.

    I found this item, looks like a common "Trinsic style chiar" colored fucsia (probably with the common furniture dye) but the weird aspect is that it has a price tag!

    It says "Price: 999,999".
    As far as I can remember items in UO should'nt show price (expect when inside vendors), right?

    Any idea how much it would be worth??
    Thx guys!
     

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  2. McValdemar

    McValdemar Guest

    Oh well, not important anymore.
    Lost it due to an ogre assault!
    Thx anyway!!!
    :)
     
  3. THP

    THP Stratics Legend
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    i got a unbroken chair that weighs just 1 stone in my collection...not 20 stones ?? is this a server birth chair??
     
  4. shulginist

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    The price tag remaining happens fairly often to me when moving stuff off of vendors. If you drop it on the ground it should take the price off if it is anything like the bug I have encountered.
     
  5. THP

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    so is 1 stone chair a server birth>>> normally says 20 stone??
     
  6. Apetul

    Apetul Rares Fest Host | LS April 2011
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    Nope, its just an old chair. Alot of old furnitures are weighted at 1 stone.