In Anno 1800 goods are resources used to satisfy population's needs and provide utility. They can be gathered directly from the environment, created as a result of a production chain, obtained as rewards from quests and expeditions, or bought via trading.


Consumer Goods

Goods Description Production chains
Fish.png Fish Finned and gilled dwellers of the sea. Fish.pngFish
Schnapps.png Schnapps Quick, before it evaporates! Schnapps.pngSchnapps
Work clothes.png Work Clothes Rugged working smocks. Work clothes.pngWork Clothes
Sausages.png Sausages Bags of mystery. Sausages.pngSausages
Bread.png Bread The loaves of an artisan. Bread.pngBread
Soap.png Soap For washing out mouths. Soap.pngSoap
Beer.png Beer Safer than water. Beer.pngBeer
Canned food.png Canned Food Just hope you have a can opener handy. Canned food.pngCanned Food
Sewing machines.png Sewing Machines They're all the fashion! Sewing machines.pngSewing Machines
Rum.png Rum Yo ho ho, and a bottle of - stop that! Rum.pngRum (New World)
Rum.pngAdvanced Rum (Old World)
Fur Coats.png Fur Coats One of the trappings of wealth. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Glasses.png Glasses They spend their time sitting on noses. Glasses.pngGlasses
High wheeler.png Penny Farthings Named after a penny (a large coin), and a farthing (a tiny one). High wheeler.pngPenny Farthings
Pocket watch.png Pocket Watches A godsend for late-running white bunnies. Pocket watch.pngPocket Watches
Coffee.png Coffee Get up early, stay up late. Coffee.pngCoffee (Old World)
Coffee.pngAdvanced Coffee (Old World)
Light bulb.png Light Bulbs A brilliant idea. Light bulb.pngLight Bulbs
Jam.png Jam Very much different from marmalade, in that marmalade contains orange and orange peel. Jam.pngJam
Shampoo.png Shampoo Something that climbs inside your eyes, no matter how tightly-shut you squeeze 'em. Shampoo.pngShampoo
Lemonade.png Lemonade Refreshing lemon fizz pressed into a fist-sized tin. Lemonade.pngLemonade
Souvenirs.png Souvenirs How could it ever tell the whole story of that trip...? Might just jog the memory though. Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs
Champagne.png Champagne Perfect for a celebration. Champagne.pngChampagne
Cigars.png Cigars For when the fat lady sings... Cigars.pngCigars
Chocolate.png Chocolate Me? Eaten it? Noooo... Chocolate.pngChocolate
Jewelry.png Jewellery Symbols of status and success. Jewelry.pngJewellery
Gramophone.png Gramophones Slightly more convenient than a personal orchestra. Gramophone.pngGramophones
Steam carriages.png Steam Carriages Hurrah for the open road! Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Icon leather shoes 0.png Leather Boots Svelte and sensuous to the touch. Icon leather shoes 0.pngLeather Boots
Icon suits 0.png Tailored Suits Make sure to reserve yours early! Icon suits 0.pngTailored Suits
Bowler hats.png Bowler Hats Some fashionable headwear from the New World. Bowler hats.pngBowler Hats
Icon hibiscus tea 0.png Hibiscus Tea Rich and refreshing in the afternoon. Icon hibiscus tea 0.pngHibiscus Tea
Icon wat stew 0.png Seafood Stew The flambéed lobster shells really impart a depth and richness... Icon wat stew 0.pngSeafood Stew
Icon tapestries 0.png Tapestries Covered in patterns of personal significance to their makers. Icon tapestries 0.pngTapestries
Icon tobacco pipes 0.png Clay Pipes Pipes for tobacco in the Enbesan style. Icon tobacco pipes 0.pngClay Pipes
Icon telephones 0.png Telephones Spooky, distant voices can be heard at the other end... Icon telephones 0.pngTelephones
Fried plantains.png Fried Plantains A supposedly authentic New World dish. Fried plantains.pngFried Plantains
Poncho.png Ponchos A woven outer garment of the New World. Poncho.pngPonchos
Tortilla.png Tortillas A supposedly authentic New World dish. Tortilla.pngTortillas
Pemmican.png Pemmican Caribou jerky. Pemmican.pngPemmican
Oil Lamps.png Oil Lamps A light in the darkness. Smells. Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Sleeping Bags.png Sleeping Bags Snuggle up. Sleeping Bags.pngSleeping Bags
Parkas.png Parkas An Annorak. Parkas.pngParkas
Husky Sleds.png Husky Sleds Yell "Nanuk" and your huskies might go faster. Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Icon goat milk 0.png Goat Milk Flavoursome and copious. Icon goat milk 0.pngGoat Milk
Icon traditional clothing 0.png Finery Offering comfort in warm weather, and insulation in the cool of night. Icon traditional clothing 0.pngFinery
Icon dried meat 0.png Dried Meat Pleasingly chewy, according to Janihoy Ketema himself. Icon dried meat 0.pngDried Meat
Icon ceramics 0.png Ceramics Handmade pottery preserves the identity and finess of its creators. Icon ceramics 0.pngCeramics
Icon scriptures 0.png Illuminated Script The intricate and sacred illuminations of Enbesa. Icon scriptures 0.pngIlluminated Script
Icon lanterns 0.png Lanterns Votive lanterns of ceremonial importance. Icon lanterns 0.pngLanterns

Construction Materials

Goods used in the construction of buildings and ships fall into this category.

Goods Description Production chains
Timber.png Timber Sliced tree. Timber.pngTimber (Old World)
Timber.pngTimber (New World)
Timber.pngTimber (The Arctic)
Bricks.png Bricks What clever pigs build houses with. Bricks.pngBricks (Old World)
Bricks.pngBricks (New World)
Sails.png Sails Set sail! Sails.pngSails (Old World)
Sails.pngSails (New World)
Steel beams.png Steel Beams They come in I, H, W and T shaped-bars! Steel beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.png Weapons Good for teeth, skin and stoking fires. Weapons.pngWeapons
Windows.png Windows Life would be so gloomy without them. Windows.pngWindows
Reinforced concrete.png Reinforced Concrete A slowly solidifying mixture of hard bits. Reinforced concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Steam motors.png Steam Motors That cloud coming from the bonnet is normal. Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Advanced weapons.png Advanced Weapons The big guns. Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Scrap.png Scrap The scrappiest possible kind of scrap.
Nice Scrap.png Nice Scrap Scrap that's not so crap.
Special Scrap.png Special Scrap You can already see these rare metals glistening in Old Nate's widening eyes.
Lost Expedition Scrap.png Lost Expedition Scrap Scrap from bygone expeditions that ventured into the ice desert.
Gas.png Gas Bloats up blimps.
Icon wansa wood 0.png Wanza Timber Cordia Africana. Gives drums resonance. Icon wansa wood 0.pngWanza Timber
Icon mud bricks 0.png Mud Bricks The cornerstones on which Enbesa is founded. Icon mud bricks 0.pngMud Bricks


Raw Materials

Goods Description Production chains
Wood.png Wood Chopped tree. Timber.pngTimber (Old World)
Timber.pngTimber (New World)
Timber.pngTimber (The Arctic)
Windows.pngWindows
Sewing machines.pngSewing Machines
Gramophone.pngGramophones
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Rum.pngRum (New World)
Icon telephones 0.pngTelephones
Cotton fabric.pngAdvanced Cotton Fabric (Old World)
Cigars.pngCigars
Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Icon scriptures 0.pngIlluminated Script
Clay.png Clay Begins as a red sludge. Bricks.pngBricks (Old World)
Bricks.pngBricks (New World)
Icon mud bricks 0.pngMud Bricks
Icon ceramics 0.pngCeramics
Icon tobacco pipes 0.pngClay Pipes
Iron.png Iron The foundation of the industrial age. Steel beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.pngWeapons
Canned food.pngCanned Food
Sewing machines.pngSewing Machines
Reinforced concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
High wheeler.pngPenny Farthings
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Coal.png Coal Better use it before it runs out! Oh, hang on... Steel beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.pngWeapons
Sewing machines.pngSewing Machines
Reinforced concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
High wheeler.pngPenny Farthings
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Pocket watch.pngPocket Watches
Light bulb.pngLight Bulbs
Jewelry.pngJewellery
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Icon telephones 0.pngTelephones
Rum.pngAdvanced Rum (Old World)
Quartz sand.png Quartz Sand Pure quartz, seasoned with shrimp dust. Windows.pngWindows
Glasses.pngGlasses
Pocket watch.pngPocket Watches
Light bulb.pngLight Bulbs
Champagne.pngChampagne
Icon lanterns 0.pngLanterns
Cement.png Cement A rock composed of the skeletons of sea creatures. Reinforced concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Copper.png Copper A glimmer of pinkish orange. Glasses.pngGlasses
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Gramophone.pngGramophones
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Zinc.png Zinc A glimmer of pinkish orange. Glasses.pngGlasses
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Gramophone.pngGramophones
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Saltpeter.png Saltpetre Potassium nitrate, a useful alkali. Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Pearls.png Pearls Very few molluscs produce perfect pearls. Jewelry.pngJewellery
Gold Ore.png Gold Ore Ore worth rushing for. Pocket watch.pngPocket Watches
Jewelry.pngJewellery


Agricultural Products

Goods Description Production chains
Potato.png Potatoes The humble spud. Schnapps.pngSchnapps
Rum.pngAdvanced Rum (Old World)
Wool.png Wool Oily animal hair. Work clothes.pngWork Clothes
Sails.pngSails (Old World)
Cotton fabric.pngAdvanced Cotton Fabric (Old World)
Pigs.png Pigs Domesticated descendants of the wild boar. Sausages.pngSausages
Soap.pngSoap
Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Grain.png Grain A human staple. Bread.pngBread
Beer.pngBeer
Coffee.pngAdvanced Coffee (Old World)
Hops.png Hops Little flowers used in brewing. Beer.pngBeer
Beef.png Beef A popular red meat derived from cattle. Canned food.pngCanned Food
Tortilla.pngTortillas
Red peppers.png Red Peppers A bittersweet crunchy red vegetable. Canned food.pngCanned Food
Furs.png Furs The pelts of animals. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Cinnamon.png Cinnamon Sticks of culinary dynamite. Shampoo.pngShampoo
Coconut Oil.png Coconut Oil May as well smother your whole body with it, it's so good. Shampoo.pngShampoo
Citrus.png Citrus Miscellaneous sweet-and-sour ovals and orbs of various zesty colours. Lemonade.pngLemonade
Camphor Wax.png Camphor Wax A versatile, natural product of the Camphor tree. Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs
Grapes.png Grapes A small oval fruit used in winemaking. Champagne.pngChampagne
Fish Oil.png Fish Oil It's very good for you, or so they say... Fried plantains.pngFried Plantains
Plantains.png Plantains A savoury staple, often known as the "cooking banana". Fried plantains.pngFried Plantains
Sugar cane.png Sugar Cane Sugar cane fields are set on fire before the harvest. Rum.pngRum (New World)
Chocolate.pngChocolate
Cotton.png Cotton Notoriously hard work to pick. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Icon suits 0.pngTailored Suits
Sails.pngSails (New World)
Bowler hats.pngBowler Hats
Alpaca wool.png Alpaca Wool As soft and durable a wool as you can find. Poncho.pngPonchos
Bowler hats.pngBowler Hats
Caoutchouc.png Caoutchouc Trees bleed white. High wheeler.pngPenny Farthings
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Corn.png Corn Revered by the people of the New World. Tortilla.pngTortillas
Coffee beans.png Coffee Beans Wake up and smell these! Coffee.pngCoffee (New World)
Tobacco.png Tobacco A discovery most unwise. Cigars.pngCigars
Icon tobacco pipes 0.pngClay Pipes
Cocoa.png Cocoa The cacao bean must be dried and fermented first. Chocolate.pngChocolate
Whale Oil.png Whale Oil Derived from whale blubber. Pemmican.pngPemmican
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Caribou Meat.png Caribou Meat Caribou-hoo. Pemmican.pngPemmican
Seal Skin.png Seal Skin Cold and water resistant. Sleeping Bags.pngSleeping Bags
Parkas.pngParkas
Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Goose Feathers.png Goose Feathers Feel down? Tickle yourself with these. Sleeping Bags.pngSleeping Bags
Bear Fur.png Bear Fur The fur of a bear. Parkas.pngParkas
Huskies.png Huskies Friendly wolves. Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Icon watusi 0.png Sanga Cow A popular animal in Enbesa and beyond. Icon leather shoes 0.pngLeather Boots
Icon dried meat 0.pngDried Meat
Salt.png Salt Once an important currency in Enbesa. Icon dried meat 0.pngDried Meat
Icon linen farm 0.png Linseed Also known as flax. Icon suits 0.pngTailored Suits
Icon traditional clothing 0.pngFinery
Icon tapestries 0.pngTapestries
Icon hibiscus farm 0.png Hibiscus Petals The stigma disappears in tea. Icon hibiscus tea 0.pngHibiscus Tea
Icon teff grass 0.png Teff You gotta love lovegrass. Icon mud bricks 0.pngMud Bricks
Icon wat stew 0.pngSeafood Stew
Icon indigo 0.png Indigo Dye One of the seven colours of the rainbow. Icon ceramics 0.pngCeramics
Icon tapestries 0.pngTapestries
Icon scriptures 0.pngIlluminated Script
Icon seafood 0.png Lobster A shellfish lot. Icon wat stew 0.pngSeafood Stew
Icon spices 0.png Spices An Enbesan blend of chilli, cardamom, cloves and more... Icon wat stew 0.pngSeafood Stew
Icon beeswax 0.png Beeswax The honey is a very happy byproduct! Icon lanterns 0.pngLanterns

Intermediate Products

Goods Description Production chains
Flour.png Flour Run of the mill. Bread.pngBread
Steel.png Steel An alloy of iron, carbon, etc. Steel beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.pngWeapons
Sewing machines.pngSewing Machines
Reinforced concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
High wheeler.pngPenny Farthings
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Tallow.png Tallow Animal fat used for soap and candles. Soap.pngSoap
Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Malt.png Malt Germinated grains. Beer.pngBeer
Coffee.pngAdvanced Coffee (Old World)
Glass.png Glass Kids with footballs: keep away! Windows.pngWindows
Glasses.pngGlasses
Pocket watch.pngPocket Watches
Light bulb.pngLight Bulbs
Champagne.pngChampagne
Icon lanterns 0.pngLanterns
Goulash.png Goulash What do ghosts eat? Canned food.pngCanned Food
Brass.png Brass Forms an important part of the orchestra. Glasses.pngGlasses
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Gramophone.pngGramophones
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Steam motors.png Steam Motors That cloud coming from the bonnet is normal. Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Gold.png Gold Mmm, shiny. Pocket watch.pngPocket Watches
Jewelry.pngJewellery
Filaments.png Filaments They grow angry when electrocuted. Light bulb.pngLight Bulbs
Icon telephones 0.pngTelephones
Dynamite.png Dynamite Boom boom boom. Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Wood veneers.png Wood Veneers For marquetry and parquetry. Gramophone.pngGramophones
Icon telephones 0.pngTelephones
Cigars.pngCigars
Chassis.png Chassis Vehicle frames. Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Cotton fabric.png Cotton Fabric It retains a lot of bounce. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Icon suits 0.pngTailored Suits
Sails.pngSails (New World)
Bowler hats.pngBowler Hats
Cotton fabric.pngAdvanced Cotton Fabric (Old World)
Felt.png Felt It's so... felty! Bowler hats.pngBowler Hats
Sugar.png Sugar Accept no substitutes. Chocolate.pngChocolate
Sleds.png Sleds Lashed, not pinned, together. Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Icon linen fabric 0.png Linen A versatile flaxen textile. Icon suits 0.pngTailored Suits
Icon traditional clothing 0.pngFinery
Icon tapestries 0.pngTapestries
Icon teff flour 0.png Spiced Flour This flour already has good flavour. Icon wat stew 0.pngSeafood Stew
Icon paper 0.png Paper Crying out for colourful inks and gold leaf. Icon scriptures 0.pngIlluminated Script
Icon candles 0.png Ornate Candles Some will likely be burned at both ends. Icon lanterns 0.pngLanterns


Strategic Resources

Goods Description Production chains
Oil.png Oil It must be divine - it floats on water.


Errors and historical inaccuracies

  • Electric lamp filament is produced from rock carbon. Real-world one was produced from plant-derived carbon - made from cane fiber.
  • Most electrical power was generated via coal in the 19th century, rather than via oil.


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