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I honestly suggest to *not* sell them at all and instead use them to craft stuff via Smithing and then sell what you make to gain profit. Dragon Armor and Weapons aren't only some of the best in the game (next to Daedric Armor/Weapons), but their high value and the abundance and unlimited amounts of dragons in the game allow you to really gain a lot of money in general just by making stuff with the scales/bones that you will get throughout the game. A quick tip on leveling your Smithing if your skill is low is to go to any of the major Dwarven Ruins and just pick up[http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Dwarven_Smithing specific scraps of dwarven metal] and smelt them into Dwarven Metal Ingots and with those just make Dwarven armor/weapons (check the wikia site's main pages on this strategy) and you'll level up Smithing pretty quickly.
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I honestly suggest to *not* sell them at all and instead use them to craft stuff via Smithing and then sell what you make to gain profit. Dragon Armor and Weapons aren't only some of the best in the game (next to Daedric Armor/Weapons), but their high value and the abundance and unlimited amounts of dragons in the game allow you to really gain a lot of money in general just by making stuff with the scales/bones that you will get throughout the game. A quick tip on leveling your Smithing if your skill is low is to go to any of the major Dwarven Ruins and just pick up [http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Dwarven_Smithing specific scraps of dwarven metal] and smelt them into Dwarven Metal Ingots and with those just make Dwarven armor/weapons (check the wikia site's main pages on this strategy) and you'll level up Smithing pretty quickly.
   
 
Also, with the Heartfire DLC, you can add a Trophy Room to your house and with Dragon Bones (only requires 1 bone) you can add a dragon skull to your trophy room, which can be quite nice to have, I think. (Also, if you plan to check out Heartfire, I suggest bypassing building a Storage Room. I feel that it's a waste since all storage in your houses can be used to store anything, and I think it's better to have more than one of the same room that is far more useful, either with function or basic sentimental value, such as a Trophy Room.)
 
Also, with the Heartfire DLC, you can add a Trophy Room to your house and with Dragon Bones (only requires 1 bone) you can add a dragon skull to your trophy room, which can be quite nice to have, I think. (Also, if you plan to check out Heartfire, I suggest bypassing building a Storage Room. I feel that it's a waste since all storage in your houses can be used to store anything, and I think it's better to have more than one of the same room that is far more useful, either with function or basic sentimental value, such as a Trophy Room.)

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I honestly suggest to *not* sell them at all and instead use them to craft stuff via Smithing and then sell what you make to gain profit. Dragon Armor and Weapons aren't only some of the best in the game (next to Daedric Armor/Weapons), but their high value and the abundance and unlimited amounts of dragons in the game allow you to really gain a lot of money in general just by making stuff with the scales/bones that you will get throughout the game. A quick tip on leveling your Smithing if your skill is low is to go to any of the major Dwarven Ruins and just pick up specific scraps of dwarven metal and smelt them into Dwarven Metal Ingots and with those just make Dwarven armor/weapons (check the wikia site's main pages on this strategy) and you'll level up Smithing pretty quickly.

Also, with the Heartfire DLC, you can add a Trophy Room to your house and with Dragon Bones (only requires 1 bone) you can add a dragon skull to your trophy room, which can be quite nice to have, I think. (Also, if you plan to check out Heartfire, I suggest bypassing building a Storage Room. I feel that it's a waste since all storage in your houses can be used to store anything, and I think it's better to have more than one of the same room that is far more useful, either with function or basic sentimental value, such as a Trophy Room.)


Hope this helps. Sorry I sorta rambled off there. :P

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