Bank of Lithuania

Obverse

The obverse of the coin features an abstract symbol of the Vytis – the coat of arms of the Republic of Lithuania – formed from fragments of intersecting and intertwined lines, symbolising the interdisciplinarity and interconnections of social sciences. The obverse also includes the inscription LIETUVA (LITHUANIA), the denomination (€5) and the mintmark of the Lithuanian Mint.

Reverse

The reverse of the coin extends the motifs of the intertwined lines depicted on the obverse. In the middle of the composition, there is a geometric symbol of separate cubes, forming the common societal construction: the composition of visible and implied cubes is also an allusion to social sciences – a dynamic, open and infinite structure uniting similar scientific methodologies. The reverse also features the year of issue (2021) at the bottom and the inscription SOCIALINIAI MOKSLAI (SOCIAL SCIENCES) at the top of the coin.

Coin dedicated to Social Sciences (from the series ''Lithuanian Science'')
Coin dedicated to Social Sciences (from the series ''Lithuanian Science'')
Denomination: €5
Composition: gold Au 999
Diameter: 13.92 mm
Weight: 1.244 g
Quality: PROOF
Coin type: collector

Designed by Antanas Pocevičius

Edge of the coin: plain
Release date: Q4 2021
Mintage: 3,000 pcs
Series: Lithuanian Science
Minted at the Lithuanian Mint


Last update: 21-09-2021