Viking treasure valued at £110,000 will go on permanent display in Lancashire.
The Silverdale Hoard, made up of more than 200 pieces of silver and jewellery, was found two years ago in a field by a metal detecting enthusiast.
It will be on display at Lancaster City Museum from 25 October, before moving to a permanent home at the Museum of Lancashire in Preston in February.
The items are believed to date from around AD900.
The hoard contains coins bearing the name of a previously-unknown Viking ruler of northern England.
It also includes 10 complete arm rings, two finger rings, six bossed brooch fragments, a fine wire braid and 141 fragments of chopped-up arm rings and ingots, known as hacksilver.
It was declared treasure by Lancashire deputy coroner Simon Jones in December 2011.