Lithuanian Euro Coins

Lithuania joined the Eurozone in 2015.


Some basic facts relating to Lithuania.


Normal Currency Coins.


Unfortunately Lithuania, like Ireland, has opted for one motif for all eight coins.There is however a minor variation as described below.

For all coins the motif is the state coat of arms, the "Vytis" - this a fighting knight mounted on a horse and swinging a sword over his head as he presumably attacks the enemy.


  •  1 cent , 2 cent and 5 cent coins - the outer circle ring is smooth, free of all lines 

  • 10 cent,20 cent and 50 cent coins - the outer circle ring has horizontal lines.

  • 1 Euro and 2 Euro coins - the outer circle ring has vertical lines.

The name of the country in Lithuanian - "LIETUVA"  - also appears on all coins.







1 Cent - "Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.






2 Cent - "Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.






5 Cent - Sma"Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.






10 Cent -"Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.






20 Cent - "Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.






50 Cent - "Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.






1 € - "Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.






2 € - "Vytis" - Lithuanian Coat of Arms.





Two Euro Coin Rim


Around the rim of the Two Euro Coin appears the inscription "LAISVE*VIENBÈ*GEROVÈ"(Freedom Unity Properity)






Lithuanian Commemorative Two Euro Coins.


As of now January 2015 Lithuania has not issued any Commemorative Coins.



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