NMGWNational Museums & Galleries of Wales (UK)
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NMGW and the National Library declined to comment on whether they would be interested in buying the work.
Other NMGW sites are the National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff, Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans, Roman Legionary Museum, Caerleon, National Woollen Museum, Dre-fach Felindre and the Welsh Slate Museum, Llanberis.
The museum's director general Michael Houlihan said: ``We are delighted to announce our exciting plans for developing and improving our collections facilities at NMGW.
The NMGW is producing a report in preparation for the inquest.
NMGW spokeswoman Julie Richards said: ``This is a priceless find in archaeological terms.
The hoard, bought by NMGW with grants from the Goldsmiths' Company and the Heritage Lottery and National Art Collections Fund, dates from the middle Bronze Age and was found by metal detectors near Wrexham in January 2004.
This could make it the rarest plant in the world, said Mr Rich, NMGW head of vascular plants.
Alun Gruffydd, the island's principal officer for museums and culture, said: ``We are keen to build on key projects which already demonstrate our close ties with the NMGW.
NMGW exhibitions have recently travelled to Aberystwyth, Conwy, Newtown, Swansea and Tenby.
NMGW medievalist Mark Redknapp said: ``They are both very important.
We are delighted with the announcement,' said NMGW deputy director general, Eurwyn Wiliam.