In ANNO 1800goods 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, or bought via trading.

Construction Materials

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

Timber

Produced By Description
Timber.pngTimber.pngJornaleros overlay.png Sliced tree.
In production chains: Timber, Timber (New World)


Bricks

Produced By Description
Bricks.pngBricks.pngJornaleros overlay.png What clever pigs build houses with.
In production chains: Bricks, Bricks (New World)


Sails

Produced By Description
Sails.pngSails.pngJornaleros overlay.png Set sail!
In production chains: Sails, Sails (New World)


Steel Beams

Produced By Description
Steel beams.png They come in I, H, W and T shaped-bars!
In production chains: Steel Beams


Weapons

Produced By Description
Weapons.png Good for teeth, skin and stoking fires.
In production chains: Weapons


Windows

Produced By Description
Windows.png Life would be so gloomy without them.
In production chains: Windows


Reinforced Concrete

Produced By Description
Reinforced concrete.png A slowly solidifying mixture of hard bits.
In production chains: Reinforced Concrete


Steam Motors

Produced By Description
Steam motors.png That cloud coming from the bonnet is normal.
In production chains: Steam Motors, Steam Carriages


Advanced Weapons

Produced By Description
Advanced weapons.png The big guns.
In production chains: Advanced Weapons


Consumer Goods

Goods used to supply a population's basic and luxury needs fall into this category.

Basic Need

Fish

Produced By Description
Fish.png Finned and gilled dwellers of the sea.
In production chains: Fish


Work Clothes

Produced By Description
Work clothes.png Rugged working smocks.
In production chains: Work Clothes


Sausages

Produced By Description
Sausages.png Bags of mystery.
In production chains: Sausages


Bread

Produced By Description
link={{{building1}}} The loaves of an artisan.
In production chains: Bread


Soap

Produced By Description
Soap.png For washing out mouths.
In production chains: Soap


Canned Food

Produced By Description
Canned food.png Just hope you have a can opener handy.
In production chains: Canned Food


Sewing Machines

Produced By Description
Sewing machines.png They're all the fashion!
In production chains: Sewing Machines


Fur Coats

Produced By Description
Fur Coats.png One of the trappings of wealth.
In production chains: Fur Coats


Glasses

Produced By Description
Glasses.png They spend their time sitting on noses.
In production chains: Glasses


Light Bulbs

Produced By Description
Light bulb.png A brilliant idea.
In production chains: Light Bulbs


Champagne

Produced By Description
Champagne.png Perfect for a celebration.
In production chains: Champagne


Steam Carriages

Produced By Description
Steam carriages.png Hurrah for the open road!
In production chains: Steam Carriages


Fried Plantains

Produced By Description
Fried plantains.png A supposedly authentic New World dish.
In production chains: Fried Plantains


Ponchos

Produced By Description
Poncho.png A woven outer garment of the New World.
In production chains: Ponchos


Tortillas

Produced By Description
Tortilla.png A supposedly authentic New World dish.
In production chains: Tortillas


Coffee

Produced By Description
Coffee.png Get up early, stay up late.
In production chains: Coffee


Bowler Hats

Produced By Description
Bowler hats.png Some fashionable headwear from the New World.
In production chains: Bowler Hats


Cigars

Produced By Description
Cigars.png For when the fat lady sings...
In production chains: Cigars


Chocolate

Produced By Description
Chocolate.png Me? Eaten it? Noooo....
In production chains: Chocolate


Luxury Need

Schnapps

Produced By Description
Schnapps.png Quick, before it evaporates!
In production chains: Schnapps


Beer

Produced By Description
Beer.png Safer than water.
In production chains: Beer


Penny Farthings

Produced By Description
High wheeler.png Named after a penny (a large coin), and a farthing (a tiny one).
In production chains: Penny Farthings


Pocket Watches

Produced By Description
Pocket watch.png A godsend for late-running white bunnies.
In production chains: Pocket Watches


Jewellery

Produced By Description
Jewelry.png Symbols of status and success.
In production chains: Jewellery


Gramophones

Produced By Description
Gramophone.png Slightly more convenient than a personal orchestra.
In production chains: Gramophones


Rum

Produced By Description
Rum.png Yo ho ho, and a bottle of - stop that!
In production chains: Rum


Strategic Resources

Renewable goods whose primary purpose is to provide a utility fall into this category.

Oil

Produced By Description
Oil.pngOil.pngJornaleros overlay.png It must be divine - it floats on water.



Agricultural Products

Renewable goods made on farms fall into this category.

Potatoes

Produced By Description
Potato.png The humble spud.
In production chains: Schnapps


Wool

Produced By Description
Wool.png Oily animal hair.
In production chains: Work Clothes, Sails


Pigs

Produced By Description
Pigs.png Domesticated descendants of the wild boar.
In production chains: Sausages, Soap, Advanced Weapons


Grain

Produced By Description
Grain.png A human staple.
In production chains: Bread, Beer


Hops

Produced By Description
Hops.png Little flowers used in brewing.
In production chains: Beer


Furs

Produced By Description
Furs.png The pelts of animals.
In production chains: Fur Coats


Beef

Produced By Description
Beef.pngBeef.pngJornaleros overlay.png A popular red meat derived from cattle.
In production chains: Canned Food, Tortillas


Red Peppers

Produced By Description
Red peppers.png A bittersweet crunchy red vegetable.
In production chains: Canned Food


Grapes

Produced By Description
Grapes.png A small oval fruit used in winemaking.
In production chains: Champagne


Fish Oil

Produced By Description
Fish Oil.png It's very good for you, or so they say...
In production chains: Fried Plantains


Plantains

Produced By Description
Plantains.png A savoury staple, often known as the "cooking banana".
In production chains: Fried Plantains


Sugar Cane

Produced By Description
Sugar cane.png Sugar cane fields are set on fire before the harvest.
In production chains: Rum, Chocolate


Cotton

Produced By Description
Cotton.png Notoriously hard work to pick.
In production chains: Fur Coats, Sails (New World), Bowler Hats


Pearls

Produced By Description
Pearls.png Very few molluscs produce perfect pearls.
In production chains: Jewellery


Alpaca Wool

Produced By Description
Alpaca wool.png As soft and durable a wool as you can find.
In production chains: Ponchos, Bowler Hats


Caoutchouc

Produced By Description
Caoutchouc.png Trees bleed white.
In production chains: Penny Farthings, Steam Carriages


Corn

Produced By Description
Corn.png Revered by the people of the New World.
In production chains: Tortillas


Coffee Beans

Produced By Description
Coffee beans.png Wake up and smell these!
In production chains: Coffee


Tobacco

Produced By Description
Tobacco.png A discovery most unwise.
In production chains: Cigars


Cocoa

Produced By Description
Cocoa.png The cacao bean must be dried and fermented first.
In production chains: Chocolate



Raw Materials

Mined or harvested goods from natural resources fall into this category.

Wood

Produced By Description
Wood.pngWood.pngJornaleros overlay.png Chopped tree.
In production chains: Timber, Timber (New World), Windows, Sewing Machines, Gramophones, Steam Carriages


Clay

Produced By Description
Clay.pngClay.pngJornaleros overlay.png Begins as a red sludge.
In production chains: Bricks, Bricks (New World)


Iron

Produced By Description
Iron.png The foundation of the industrial age.
In production chains: Steel Beams, Weapons, Canned Food, Sewing Machines, Reinforced Concrete, Advanced Weapons, Penny Farthings, Steam Motors, Steam Carriages


Coal

Produced By Description
Coal.pngCharcoal kiln.png Better use it before it runs out! Oh, hang on...
In production chains: Steel Beams, Weapons, Sewing Machines, Reinforced Concrete, Advanced Weapons, Penny Farthings, Steam Motors, Pocket Watches, Light Bulbs, Jewellery, Steam Carriages


Quartz Sand

Produced By Description
Quartz sand.png Pure quartz, seasoned with shrimp dust.
In production chains: Windows, Glasses, Pocket Watches, Light Bulbs, Champagne


Cement

Produced By Description
Cement.png A rock composed of the skeletons of sea creatures.
In production chains: Reinforced Concrete


Copper

Produced By Description
Copper.png A glimmer of pinkish orange.
In production chains: Glasses, Steam Motors, Gramophones, Steam Carriages


Zinc

Produced By Description
Zinc.png Could make for a useful alloy.
In production chains: Glasses, Steam Motors, Gramophones, Steam Carriages


Saltpetre

Produced By Description
Saltpeter.png Potassium nitrate, a useful alkali.
In production chains: Advanced Weapons


Gold Ore

Produced By Description
Gold Ore.png Ore worth rushing for.
In production chains: Pocket Watches, Jewellery


Intermediate Goods

Non-renewable goods whose primary purpose is in a production chain fall into this category.

Flour

Produced By Description
Flour.png Run of the mill.
In production chains: Bread


Tallow

Produced By Description
Tallow.png Animal fat used for soap and candles.
In production chains: Soap, Advanced Weapons


Steel

Produced By Description
Steel.png An alloy of iron, carbon, etc.
In production chains: Steel Beams, Weapons, Sewing Machines, Reinforced Concrete, Advanced Weapons, Penny Farthings, Steam Motors, Steam Carriages


Malt

Produced By Description
Malt.png Germinated grains.
In production chains: Beer


Glass

Produced By Description
Glass.png Kids with footballs: keep away!
In production chains: Windows, Glasses, Pocket Watches, Light Bulbs, Champagne


Goulash

Produced By Description
Goulash.png What do ghosts eat?
In production chains: Canned Food


Brass

Produced By Description
Brass.png Forms an important part of the orchestra
In production chains: Glasses, Steam Motors, Gramophones, Steam Carriages


Dynamite

Produced By Description
Dynamite.png Boom boom boom.
In production chains: Advanced Weapons


Gold

Produced By Description
Gold.png Mmm, shiny.
In production chains: Pocket Watches, Jewellery


Filaments

Produced By Description
Carbon filament.png They grow angry when electrocuted.
In production chains: Light Bulbs


Wood Veneers

Produced By Description
Wood veneers.pngWood veneers.pngJornaleros overlay.png For marquetry and parquetry.
In production chains: Gramophones, Cigars


Chassis

Produced By Description
Chassis.png Vehicle frames.
In production chains: Steam Carriages


Cotton Fabric

Produced By Description
Cotton fabric.png It retains a lot of bounce.
In production chains: Fur Coats, Sails (New World), Bowler Hats


Felt

Produced By Description
Felt.png It's so... felty!
In production chains: Bowler Hats


Sugar

Produced By Description
Sugar.png Accept no substitutes.
In production chains: Chocolate


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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