Yeah, I second what Danny says, if you want to sell it, hang it out on "the site that will remain nameless" and see what it will bring.
You may be surpirsed.
Just try and get as GOOD and DETAILED pictures as you can, and as many as you can, and be as DETAILED as you can right down to the last blemish or rust spot you can in the description, start the bidding at the MINIMUM price you would take for it (Do NOT post a "reserve," many bidders are like me and will NOT bid on a "reserve" auction no matter what the price is at....)
..And see what happens. You may be pleasantly surrpised.
Not too long ago I traded a used but decent Remington Model 10 Shotgun for a BP pistol that caught my eye at a show, intending to use it for deer hunting...until AFTER I swung the deal I remembered 12" barreled .50
caliber was the minimum caliber for muzzleloading pistols in my state, and this SWEET gun with the more than 12" barrel was a .45...
I sat on it for years, and checked out all the ways to rebarrel it to .50, it was a GREAT shooter, but I had no use for it, and figured WTH, the Model 10 was worth maybe $175, even though I only had $150 into it, I hung the pistol out on "Brand x" with a $175 opening bid, no reserve, for 7 days, and was AMAZED at the interest. I didn't sell it for a FORTUNE or anything but let's just say that years ago trade I regretted for those same years ended up NOT turning out badly.
The KEY is...NO RESERVE.