Yes! but that happens with almost any shipreck and still and in most cases without knowing any detail they still go after (like the spanish armada vessels) investing lots of money in something they don't even know if they will find! So investing in a manuscript that put the X on the location of a civil war steam vessel shipreck is something unique for itself! if we combine the fact that somebody hide this fact and the navy archives report the vessel as dismantle and sold and never lost, we have all the reasons to believe this vessel was envolved in a strange situation/mission that can be directly related with the cargo it had.No argument there; as the original poster and seller you are in total control of what we see. And to your credit, posting those pictures should provide some help to anyone who is interested. Without doing that, it would have been like me posting something along the lines of, "I have a car for sale. It's a Dodge. Who's interested". But by far the biggest hurdle you face is getting someone to pay for information to a potential treasure that in all likelihood, they won't be allowed to keep. Even if the cargo is just steel silverware, it's the property of the United States government until they say otherwise. And if it's something valuable, it's pretty much certain they won't say otherwise. So in that sense, your buyer market is limited to people who have historical/glory/publicity motives. The people hoping to score something monetarily valuable are going to get scooped by the Feds should they find anything.