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Lithuanian collectible coins from the series "Traditional Lithuanian Holidays"

 

Coin "Kazyukas Fair" - 1.50 euro of Lithuania, 2017

  Face value: 1.50 euro

Release Date: 2017

Series: Traditional Lithuanian Holidays

Obverse: stylized rider Vitis

Reverse: characteristic attributes of Kazyukas fair - verba, jug with spoons , wheel from carriage, pretzel, wooden horse and lollipop in the form of a cockerel

Material: copper-nickel alloy

Mint: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 25,000 (UNC)

 

 

Silver coin "Kazyukas Fair" - 5 euro of Lithuania, 2017

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release Date: 2017

Series: Traditional Lithuanian Holidays

Obverse: stylized rider Vitis

Reverse: characteristic attributes of Kazyukas fair - verba, jug with spoons , wheel from carriage, pretzel, wooden horse and lollipop in the form of a cockerel

Material: silver (925 samples)

Mint: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 2,000 (proof)

 

 

Jonines coin - 1.50 euro of Lithuania, 2018

  Face value: 1.50 euro

Release date: June 7, 2018

Series: Traditional Lithuanian Holidays

Obverse: stylized rider Vitis, consisting of dew drops

Reverse: symbols characteristic of the Lithuanian holiday Jonines - moon, sun and fern leaf

Material: copper-nickel alloy

Mint: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 30,000 (UNC)

 

 

Silver Jonines coin - 5 euro of Lithuania, 2018

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release date: June 7, 2018

Series: Traditional Lithuanian Holidays

Obverse: stylized rider Vitis, consisting of dew drops

Reverse: symbols characteristic of the Lithuanian holiday Jonines - moon, sun and fern leaf

Material: silver (925 samples)

Mint: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 3,000 (proof)

 

 

Coin "Uzhgavenes" - 1.50 euro of Lithuania, 2019

  Face value: 1.50 euro

Release date: February 19, 2019

Series: Traditional Lithuanian Holidays

Obverse: Rippers depicting a rider

Reverse: stuffed winters and people celebrating Uzhgavenes

Material: copper-nickel alloy

Mint: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 30,000 (UNC)

 

 

Silver coin "Uzhgavenes" - 5 euro of Lithuania, 2019

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release date: February 19, 2019

Series: Traditional Lithuanian Holidays

Obverse: Rippers depicting a rider

Reverse: burning stuffed winter and people celebrating Uzhgavenes

Material: silver (925 samples)

Mint: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 3,000 (proof)