The world's smallest country is for sale. No, not Vatican City.
Reuters reports that Sealand, an industrial platform off the English shore in international waters, owned by a retired military officer who purchased it and declared its sovereignty (and himself its ruling prince), is on the market. The buyer gets a former World War II anti-aircraft base, which has its own coat of arms, flag, stamps, currency, and national anthem.
Prospects are for an online casino or an offshore bank. No terra firma, and no word on the price.