He rubs his chin, trying to think of a good price for him, yet was also moderately fair. “Hmmn, well, I guess I could take this off your hands for… 30000 poke. For the whole pile.”
((I’m going to assume that Will has this little chart right next to his counter that shows the conversion rates. For the ease of use for the customers, y’know?))
He tapped his chin, thinking out the math. 30k Poke was, if he did the math right, 3000 bits. He nodded, then looked at the books. He’d seen the spark of interest as soon as the store owner looked at the books.
"Y’know, most of those spell books are in very good condition for being within a tomb for who knows how long. How about… one thousand bits for the entire stack of books, and… two and a half thousand for all the enchanted items?" He re-sorts the things again, setting the battered weapons and armor, along with the potions and non-magical tomes, off to the side.
"If I did the math right, that’s 35k poke, or 3500 bits." He frowns for a second, then looks off to the side. "Unless I did the math wrong…"
"Mmmmn… lemme think on it." He thinks on it for a minute before nodding his head. "Sure, that sounds pretty reasonable!" He starts to count out 35000 poke, setting the money on the counter. If he was lucky, there’d be a decent spell book in the pile. Otherwise… well, he could probably turn a profit.
He swept the poke into his saddlebag, grabbing the stuff he hadn’t sold and sweeping it all into his bags as well.
"Thanks! I took a look at those spell books before bringing them in. One of them is a transmutation spell, which basically turns iron to silver, then silver to gold. Sad thing is, it only works one way and only on the unprocessed ores. Don’t know how useful you’ll find it to be, though." He stepped out of the shop, waving as he left. "Thanks anyways, though! Take care."