In worlds where this metal can be found, use of it to produce devices 'certified' against magical influence would be common. To prevent magical tampering with scales used by merchants, it may be mandated that scales be made or at least coated with such a metal. This of course does not prevent more mundane forms of tampering, but should prevent use of invisable weights. Go to Comment
222. A wooden figurine of a warrior wearing chainmail and armed with sword and shield. 2" tall, it is a child's toy.
223. Wrapped in leather is a large, crystal clear crystal. It is actually an unusually clear piece of rocksalt and worth no more then normal salt.
224. A very crudely wrought key, cut from some sheet metal. It is a copy of a real key.
225. A common to orcish phrasebook, but all of the entries are dangerously wrong.
226. A candle stub, possibly magical (There is about 5 minutes burn time remaining).
227. A pouch of dried crickets (A little known snackfood in these parts...)
228. An oddly shaped 2 oz blob of lead.
229. Handle from a broken teacup.
230. Odd incense that smells of dead fish when burned. Go to Comment
Man, this one creeps me out too. Were it not halloween, the choice of vote would be a little more difficult, but I echo Cheka on this one. 5/5 for me as well. Complete. Macabre and I actually shuddered at the The Languecoupeur. Ick.