Security features: 100 litas (issued in 2007)

Notable security features of the banknote:

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1. A holographic metallic strip with vertically and horizontally repeated inscription 100 LTL, changing colour depending on the angle.
2. Denomination numeral 100 on the left-hand side of the front of a banknote printed in optically variable inks changing colour from green to magenta.
3. An additional watermark--the denomination numeral 100.
4. Special paper tinted in green colour.
Note: the banknote of 2007 issue does not have a microperforated numeral 100.

 

Other security features:

  • Special paper of white colour characterised by a specific crackle, non-fluorescent under ultraviolet light.
  • Watermark--multi-tonal portrait of Simonas Daukantas visible when the note is held up to the light.
  • Security thread with the repeated microtext 100 LITŲ, fluorescent under ultraviolet light inblue colour.
  • Denomination numeral 100 printed in optically variable inks changing colour from gold to green.
  • Microperforation of the denomination numeral 100 visible when the note is held up to the light.
  • See-through feature front to back in perfect register.
  • Recognition sign for the blind--two raised isosceles triangles.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • White lines on intaglio printed inscriptions LIETUVOS BANKAS, ŠIMTAS LITŲ and denomination numerals 100.
  • A repeated microtext LB 100 LTL printed on the right-hand side of the portrait.
  • A repeated microtext LB 100 LTL printed below the portrait.
  • 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.
  • A repeated microtext LIETUVOS BANKAS (BANK OF LITHUANIA) printed on the right- hand side on the back of the note.
  • 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.
  • Invisible fibres embedded in the paper fluorescent under ultraviolet light in blue and red.
  • Vertical serial number fluorescent under ultraviolet light in green.
  • Three denomination numerals printed in invisible inks fluorescent under ultraviolet light in light green.
  • St. John's Church and the belfry fluorescent under ultraviolet light in yellow-green.