From Yahoo News and the tip from Jeff the sunken Russian warship Dimitri Donskoii has been found. When sunk carrying a cargo of gold the value of which is prodigious. This has the potential to be really big. Don't count your chickens before they hatch and all that but this one you can take to the bank? Literally so? I don't know.
"Russian warship ‘carrying £100 billion in gold’ discovered off South Korea"
"A South Korean salvage team has discovered the wreck of a Russian warship that was sunk in a naval battle 113 years ago and is believed to still contain a trove of gold bullion and coins worth 150 trillion won, or £100 billion." [about $131 billion USD by current conversion rate!]
Admiralty Law and the rights of salvage are dominant here? The Russian will not stake a claim and impede any recovery of the golf?
See previous blog entries the topic of which is the long-lost and immense treasure of great value within the context of the military dimension: