Security features: 100 litas (issued in 2000)

Notable security features of the banknote:

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 Watermark–a multi-tonal portrait of Simonas Daukantas, visible when the note is held up to the light.

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Denomination numeral 100 on the left side of the front printed in optically variable inks changing colour from gold to green.

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Microperforation of the denomination numeral 100 (an outline of the denomination numeral made up of tiny holes) visible when the note is held up to the light. On both sides of the banknote, the microperforated area does not contain punched out paper fragments that could be distinguished by touch.

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Latent image (denomination numeral 100) in the left shoulder of the portrait visible when the note is tilted towards the light at an acute angle.

zenklas5_100.gif Security thread–an embedded vertical strip with the repeated microtext 100 LITU, visible when the note is held up to the light.

Other security features:

  1. Special paper of white colour characterised by a specific crackle, non-fluorescent under ultraviolet light.
  2. Watermark--multi-tonal portrait of Simonas Daukantas, visible when the note is held up to the light.
  3. Security thread with the repeated microtext 100 LITU, fluorescent under ultraviolet light inblue colour.
  4. Denomination numeral 100 printed in optically variable inks changing colour from gold to green.
  5. Microperforation of the denomination numeral 100 visible when the note is held up to the light.
  6. See-through feature front to back in perfect register.
  7. Recognition sign for the blind--two raised isosceles triangles.
  8. Raised intaglio printing of the portrait, denomination numerals, facsimile text, inscriptions, drawing on the back of the note provides a tactile surface easily distinguished by touch.
  9. Latent image (denomination numeral 100) in the left shoulder of the portrait visible when the note is tilted towards the light at the acute angle.
  10. White lines on intaglio printed inscriptions LIETUVOS BANKAS, ŠIMTAS LITŲ and denomination numerals 100.
  11. A repeated microtext LB 100 LTL printed on the right-hand side of the portrait.
  12. A repeated microtext LB 100 LTL printed below the portrait.
  13. A repeated microtext 100 LTL printed at the bottom of the drawing on the back of the note, on the edge of the roofs of the buildings.
  14. A repeated microtext LIETUVOS BANKAS (BANK OF LITHUANIA) printed on the right- hand side on the back of the note.
  15. Elements (front and back), intended for the anti-colour copier protection: the symbol of the state emblem and background surrounding it, the background of the portrait, security line structure, specific fine line patterns.
  16. Invisible fibres embedded in the paper fluorescent under ultraviolet light in blue and red.
  17. Vertical serial number fluorescent under ultraviolet light in green.
  18. Three denomination numerals printed in invisible inks fluorescent under ultraviolet light in light green.
  19. St. John's Church and the belfry fluorescent under ultraviolet light in yellow-green.