Silver Roman coins found in Darfield 66 years ago have gone on display at the Maurice Dobson Museum.
The 15 coins were previously displayed at Darfield Foulstone school until it closed last summer to make way for Netherwood School, which also took in pupils from the now closed Wombwell High.
They are part of a haul of 450 coins, dating from AD 100-300, dug up in North Street on January 10, 1947, where a trench was being dug for a house to be erected. A workman's spade struck a pottery urn during the work, prompting a cascade of silver coins.
The majority of them, as well as the urn, were sent for storage at Sheffield Museum and have recently been transferred to the Experience Barnsley museum but a small quantity found their way to Foulstone.
Museum chairman Geoff Hutchinson said: "Since we opened we have often been asked about the coins which hit the headlines when they were found. These coins underline yet again the historical importance of Darfield and we are delighted to have this representative sample available for everyone to see."
Darfield-born author and metal detector enthusiast Martyn Johnson, who now lives in Wentworth, said there have been more hoards of Roman coins found in Darfield than anywhere else in Yorkshire, excluding York, leading him to speculate the village may once have been an inland port.