Bank of Lithuania


The obverse of the coin features a non-traditional Vytis, inspired by fragments of hearth tiles from the time of Casimir Jagiellon (Kazimieras Jogailaitis), found in Vilnius Lower Castle. The coat of arms is surrounded by the inscription LIETUVA (LITHUANIA), date of issue (2017), denomination (€1.5), and the mintmark of the Lithuanian Mint.


Against a heart-shaped background, the reverse of the coin features the most distinctive attributes of Kaziukas’ Fair: a verba, pitcher, spoons, hobby horse, rooster, ring-shaped roll, and a wagon wheel.

Denomination: €1.50
Composition: copper and nickel alloy
Diameter: 27.50 mm
Weight: 11.10 g
Quality: UNC
Coin type: collector

Designed by Rytas Jonas Balevičius

Edge of the coin: rimmed
Release date: 2017
Mintage: 25,000 pcs
Series: Traditional Lithuanian Celebrations
Minted at the Lithuanian Mint

Coin description


Last update: 06-01-2022