Banknote images can be used in:
- photographs, drawings, paintings and other reproductions where the focus is not on the banknotes themselves;
- one-sided copies, the size of which is at least 125 per cent or at most 75 per cent of the real length and width of a respective banknote;
- double-sided copies, the size of which is at least 200 per cent or at most 50 per cent of the real length and width of a respective banknote.
Coin images can be used in:
- photographs, drawings, paintings and other flat reproductions on paper, textile or another material, with the exception of metals.
The Bank of Lithuania's permission is necessary for:
- any other reproductions not mentioned above.
The use of images of banknotes and coins is prohibited when:
- such images are difficult to distinguish from the original and they can be confused with real banknotes and coins;
- their use can inflict damage on the image of the Lithuanian currency or the Bank of Lithuania.
Further reading on the use of images of banknotes and coins:
Resolution of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania on the Use of Images of Banknotes and Coins of the Republic of Lithuania