From the numismatic collection of the museum:
A silver tetradrachm from Athens, (4th century B.C)
Two silver drachms, Khushro II (591-628 A.D), Sassanian. These two drachms belong to a collection of Persian coins that display the long history of cultural exchange between the Persians and the Byzantines.
A solidus, Justin II (565-578 A.D), minted at Constantinople.
Bronze coin, Taxilla (3rd century B.C), Bactria and India
Bronze coin, Soter Megas (65-103 A.D), Bactria and India. From 3rd century B.C until 3rd century A.D the numismatic tradition of the Middle East and India is greatly influenced by the greek designs and technology.
The museum has an extensive numismatic collection, illustrating both the numismatic history of Greece, and that of cultures who came in contact with greek culture and traded in greek space. The coinage is both from archaeological excavations and donations. A considerable amount of the collection was donated to the museum mostly by a prominent citizen of Hypati, Konstantinos Kotsilis, who is an amateur historian and researcher, a member of many societies and organizations, and who has published a number of articles, studies and books on the history and folklore of Hypati and Phthiotis in collaboration with local newspapers and journals. Konstantinos Kotsilis and his wife Nitsa Maragoudaki donated their extensive numismatic collection after they lost their daughter Ioanna in a car accident in 1999.