The Numismatic or Bank Note Museum is housed where the first branch of the Ionian Bank was once in operation. Its collections even include Greek banknotes dating back to 1822 and of course the last ones withdrawn in 2002 with the appearance of euros. The museum hosts more than 2000 exhibits such as sketches, essays and printing plates for various Greek banknotes, archive material, documents, accounting books, checks, photographs and all the issues of national banknotes. A presentation of the modern manufacturing process of banknotes also takes place inside the museum. It was designed by around 1840 by Ioannis Chronis, an architect from Corfu. At some point it was renovated and reorganized with the help of Aris Rapidis, a museum curator and historian. All these details make this museum one of the most complete of its kind.