What are the items/blocks, that are considered unrenewable, that you cannot obtain by trading with villagers?

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    the wiki has a list of all trades – ratchet freak Apr 20 '13 at 13:06
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    This changes too often to have a right answer. Used to be that netherbrick was a non-renewable resource, but now it's craftable. That pattern has repeated very many times in Minecraft's history. – SevenSidedDie Apr 20 '13 at 20:18
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    @SevenSidedDie i vote to leave it open as almost everything in minecraft has changed at some point in time. Saying that the upcoming changes will for sure change unrenewable items to renewable items is purely speculation. even if it is probably correct – Paralytic Apr 21 '13 at 15:34
  • Well, stuff like bedrock, ender portals, spawn eggs, spawners, that kind of stuff. What exactly are you looking for? – Epicreeper May 1 '13 at 15:34

I made this: http://www.reddit.com/tb/193bu9. It is a list of all recources, labled with which ones are renewable and how to get them.

The unrenewable ones are:

  • Dirt and Grass
  • Bedrock
  • Lava
  • Sand
  • Gravel
  • All Ore
  • Sponge
  • Glass
  • Lapis Block
  • Sandstone
  • Cobweb
  • Dead Bush
  • Slabs and stairs except Cobblestone, Wooden, Stone Bricks
  • Bricks
  • TNT
  • Mossy Stone
  • Mob Spawner
  • Diamond Block
  • Tilled Land
  • Clay
  • Jukebox
  • Netherrack
  • Soul Sand
  • Mycelium
  • Lilies
  • Nether Brick Fence
  • Enchanting Table
  • End Portal Frame
  • End Stone
  • Dragon Egg
  • Beacon
  • Daylight Sensor
  • Quartz Block
  • Coal
  • Diamond
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    Correction: Coal is renewable, as of 1.4.2, they are dropped by Wither Skeletons – SingleNegationElimination Jul 3 '13 at 17:31

One of my favorite minecraft websites minecraft.net has this article talking about all of the possible trades.

Here is a picture that sums up the trades enter image description here

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