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The Curiosity Shop is a shop in Majoras Mask in West Clock Town. You can buy the stolen bomb bag on the third day for 100 rupees. You can also buy back some of your items that are stolen by the bird in Termina Field such as your sword and bottles but not rupees. At the back of the Curiosity Shop, there is a small room accessable via a door at the Laundry Pool. The room doubles as a hideaway for Kafei, due to his childish form. From that room, there is a small hole in the wall that gives the viewer a view of the Curiosity Shop's storefront.

Takkuri Bird

Since I just added a table for items that the Curiosity Shop will buy, I think we should put in one for what it sells. This will have to be a group effort though. I'll put a work-in-progress table below my post. If anyone can provide more information about the items, then add it to the table. For now I'll put what I know that the shop could sell. (Note: The Mirror Shield cannot be stolen. Otherwise you could "downgrade" back to the Hero's Shield.) --Matt 18:03, 15 May 2008 (UTC)

Item Selling Price
Kokiri Sword 50
Razor Sword 50
Gilded Sword 50
Great Fairy's Sword 100
Bottle 20
All-Night Mask 500
Big Bomb Bag 100

I finally got all the info. I'll put it in the article.--Matt 20:53, 13 June 2008 (UTC)

Gold Dust

I wrote a guide to the Curiosity Shop a long time ago and it says you sell the Gold Dust for 100 rupees... but the table here says 200. Anyone feel like checking? ZestyCactus 02:01, 1 October 2009 (UTC)

I gathered the information for this page myself by playing the game. But just the same there is a Gossip Stone Quote:
Quote1.png The gold dust won as the prize in the Goron Races in spring can be used by the smithy to forge a sword. Or it can be sold to the smithy for 40 Rupees, but the Curiosity Shop will buy it for 200 Rupees... Quote2.png
— Gossip Stone
So yes. It's 200.User:Matt/sig 02:08, October 1, 2009 (UTC)
Huh, alright then. Guess I was wrong before. Thanks for checking! ZestyCactus 02:18, 1 October 2009 (UTC)