Lithuania, coin catalog, price

Country: Lithuania, Republic Of Lithuania
Capital: Vilnius
Currency: litas
Numeric code: LTL
Letter code: 440
The Republic of Lithuania is one of Baltic countries is located in the North-East of Europe. The area of owned land – 65.3 thousand square kilometers. The Republic is inhabited by 2.9 million people, of which over 70% - Lithuanians. The state capital is the city of Vilnius. In 1990, Lithuania left the USSR and became sovereign.
Lit (short for "Lithuania") is the national currency of that state. It is equal to hundred cents. To date, the catalogue of coins of Lithuania consists of 1, 2, 5 litas and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents.
Lita first appeared in 1922, replacing the German occupation money. Fully coin series (1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and 1, 2, 5 litas) was formed in 1925. In 1936 it joined with 10 litas.
During the period of Lithuania's membership in the USSR - from 1941 to 1991, the Soviet ruble was carried out monetary policy in the country. After the country's withdrawal from the ruble zone for calculations temporarily created a "common stamps" (wagneri). In 1993 lita reappeared in the circulation, forming the entire coin series, still exists today. The exchange value of the coins of Lithuania to vagnorkes was set at a ratio of 1:100.
After the 1993 editions of the coins was repeated, changing only the raw materials used for making money. Buy coins of Lithuania "sovereign" period both in the country and on the Internet. The price of modern coins of Lithuania are very reasonable.

Money system:

European Union (Euro) (2015 - 2019)

1 euro = 100 cents
RE:
1 euro cent
2 euro cent
5 euro cent
10 euro cent
20 euro cent
50 euro cent
1 euro
2 euro

JC:
2 euro

CC:
1½ euro
5 euro
10 euro
20 euro
50 euro

2nd Republic (Lietuva) (1991 - 2014)

1 litas = 100 centas
RE:
1 centas
2 centas
5 centas
10 centas
20 centas
50 centas
1 litas
2 litas
5 litas

JC:
1 litas
2 litas

CC:
1 litas
2 litas
5 litas
10 litas
25 litas
50 litas
100 litas
200 litas
500 litas

Soviet Union (1961 - 1991)

1 ruble (rouble) = 100 kopeks
RE:
1 kopek
2 kopeks
3 kopeks
5 kopeks
10 kopeks
15 kopeks
20 kopeks
50 kopeks
1 ruble

JC:
10 kopeks
15 kopeks
20 kopeks
50 kopeks
1 ruble
3 rubles
5 rubles

CC:
1 ruble
3 rubles
5 rubles
10 rubles
25 rubles
50 rubles
100 rubles

Soviet Union (1924 - 1958)

1 ruble (rouble) = 100 kopeks
RE:
½ kopek
1 kopek
2 kopeks
3 kopeks
5 kopeks
10 kopeks
15 kopeks
20 kopeks
50 kopeks
1 poltinnik
1 ruble

First Republic (1925 - 1938)

1 litas = 100 centas
RE:
1 centas
2 centas
5 centas
10 centas
20 centas
50 centas
1 litas
2 litas
5 litas
10 litas
JC:
10 litas

Stanisław August Poniatowski (1764 - 1795)

1 ducat = 3 talar = 540 grosz
RE:
1 solid
½ grosz
1 grosz
3 grosze
6 groszy
10 groszy
1 silver grosz
2 silver grosze
4 silver grosze
8 silver groszy
6 zlotych
½ talara
1 talar
1 dukat
1½ dukat
3 dukat
RE
- Regular edition;
JC
- Jubilee coins;
CC
- Collectible coins.



10 centas 2008

10 centas 2008

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1763
20 centas 2008

20 centas 2008

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1514
2 centas 1991

2 centas 1991

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1434
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