Post-Inquest – valuation and reward payment

Peter Spencer valuing the Silverdale Hoard at the British MuseumAt the conclusion of the inquest, the Coroner's office will inform the national museum of the result. If there is any confusion over this, the national museum may need to liaise with the Coroner's Office for more information.

The Post-inquest portion of the Treasure process involves the valuation and reward payment. This part of the process is administered by the Treasure Section at the British Museum for all finds from England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

It is important to note that the FLO is not involved in this part of the process and that queries at this stage should be directed to the Treasure Section at the British Museum. For more detailed information on this part of the Treasure process, see When your finds are declared Treasure.