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[Price Check] Sandals [blessed] Blessed/Pecuilar old contract of emlpoyement/gold mark scrolls

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Haunted Graffiti, Nov 2, 2009.

  1. I recently discovered an old, I'm assuming pre-patched double blessed pair of light blue sandals [almost the color of spined leather] in one of my character banks.

    Sandals display like this:

    Sandals [blessed]

    I also found a contract of employment that is rather weird. It looks like a normal one but displays a weight of 90 stones as opposed to 1. It had been sitting in my bank for 5+ years.

    Also I have a stack of 3 gold mark scrolls.

    Items are on the Atlantic shard, I just want to get an idea on a prices :) thank you
  2. Any info on the contract?
  3. Drazasamus

    Drazasamus Guest

    there used to be a way to get the vendor to re-deed so you could move em, but it was only good for the original character. used to be a scam for selling the deeds already used for less than what the provisioners and innkeepers sold em for. that may cause the difference in weight, or you could have a rare deed
  4. I thought about this to as I remember moving vendors like that. But this one does not have a vendor name. It just looks like this:

    "A contract of employment"
    90 Stones​