Fallout 4 adds the kleptomaniac-friendly ability to deconstruct practically anything into useful components. As such, I have built an impressive store of building materials, and enforce a "pick up everything, leave nothing" strategy. This works quite well.
However, a few guys on Live have been recommending I hold on to any copies of the Daily Bugle I find, as there is supposedly an NPC that will pay caps for them. I assume this is the case for both regular and rolled up copies.
I know that in previous Fallout games, there were a few "junk items" that would serve a purpose, often in regards to an NPC that would buy them off you for a fair amount of caps.
Are there any junk items in Fallout 4 that serve any type of purpose other then component scrapping? Are there any particular items I should be holding on to, instead?
I am specifically asking about items that can otherwise be lost through the automatic dis-assembly of junk. Items that fall under the "misc" category, like overdue books and subway tokens, are of no use in this context as there is no great risk of accidentally destroying them.