A marketing expert says the record find of Roman and Celtic coins in Jersey is a unique opportunity for the island.
Christopher Journeax, former head of marketing for Jersey Heritage, says the find worth up to £10m could be used as a travelling exhibition.
The coins, dating from about 50BC are thought to weigh about three quarters of a tonne.
Mr Journeax believes many people and not just archaeologists and specialists would want to see the treasure.
He said the Celtic coins could spark more interest in the island and its history.