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A valuable item is an item which generally serves no practical purpose other than to be sold, usually for a high price.

In Generation II and IV, it is possible to buy some of these items for a discount (but only one of each per day) on Mondays in the morning in the Goldenrod Tunnel. In Pokémon Black, some of these items are sold in Black City, albeit for prices much higher than they can be sold for. Often, these items later become exchangeable items. In Generation V, mulches and flutes became valuable items due to losing their function. While most of these items can be sold at Poké Marts, those introduced in Generation V can only be sold to certain item maniacs. Besides Big Nuggets, Pearl Strings and Comet Shards, the player can also sell normal Nuggets, Pearls and Big Pearls, Stardust and Star Pieces to the maniac inside the Icirrus Pokémon Center, for double the price presented below.

Valuable items that can be sold in Poké Marts


Main article: Mulch


Main article: Flute

Valuable items that can only be sold to item maniacs in Unova

Route 5

Icirrus City

Undella Town

Bargain Shop

In the Goldenrod Tunnel on Monday mornings in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, a man sells a set of valuable items for a discount. However, each one can only be purchased once per week. The man can still sell each item on other mornings, provided the player saves in front of him and does not walk away to remove him from the screen. The prices are approximately 10% cheaper than the normal sell prices.

Bargain Shop
Nugget Nugget
Pokémon Dollar4500
Pearl Pearl
Pokémon Dollar650
Big Pearl Big Pearl
Pokémon Dollar3500
Stardust Stardust
Pokémon Dollar900
Star Piece Star Piece
Pokémon Dollar4600



This is artwork of the items as seen in the Sinnoh Underground

Mine Star Piece.png Mine Rare Bone 1.pngMine Rare Bone 2.png
Star Piece Rare Bone

Global Link

This is artwork of the items as seen on the Pokémon Global Link.

Dream Nugget Sprite.png Dream Big Nugget Sprite.png Dream Pearl Sprite.png Dream Big Pearl Sprite.png Dream Pearl String Sprite.png
Nugget Big Nugget Pearl Big Pearl Pearl String
Dream Shoal Shell Sprite.png Dream Shoal Salt Sprite.png Dream Stardust Sprite.png Dream Star Piece Sprite.png Dream Comet Shard Sprite.png
Shoal Shell Shoal Salt Stardust Star Piece Comet Shard
Dream TinyMushroom Sprite.png Dream Big Mushroom Sprite.png Dream Balm Mushroom Sprite.png Dream Rare Bone Sprite.png Dream Pretty Wing Sprite.png
Tiny Mushroom Big Mushroom Balm Mushroom Rare Bone Pretty Wing
Dream Relic Band Sprite.png Dream Relic Copper Sprite.png Dream Relic Silver Sprite.png Dream Relic Gold Sprite.png Dream Relic Crown Sprite.png
Relic Band Relic Copper Relic Silver Relic Gold Relic Crown
Dream Relic Statue Sprite.png Dream Relic Vase Sprite.png
Relic Statue Relic Vase


  • The SlowpokeTail is actually a useless item with no function past its monetary value. Although it is said that a Slowpoke will use its tail for fishing, a SlowpokeTail has no effect on fishing at all, nor does it have any effect on Shellder despite the fact that contact with a Slowpoke's tail usually induces a spiral change.
  • The first time that humans eating Pokémon is mentioned explicitly in the games is when a Team Rocket member mentions the SlowpokeTail's value as a delicacy. In Pokémon X and Y, Slowpoke Tail is one of the dishes served by Restaurant Le Yeah in Lumiose City.
  • The Japanese name for nugget, きんのたま kin no tama, literally means "golden ball", which is also a colloquial term for testicles. The man offering his "golden ball" is a frequent joke amongst Japanese fans. As this pun would be lost in translation, as well as would not go over well with parent groups, it was translated as "nugget of wisdom".
  • The Rare Bone and Thick Club share the same Bag sprite.

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