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Ausgabeprogramm Litauen 2019

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    Gold coin to commemorate the Struggle for Freedom of Lithuania
    2019-06-12

    Today the Bank of Lithuania unveiled the €50 gold collector coin dedicated to the Movement for the Struggle for Freedom of Lithuania. This is the first Lithuanian collector coin to pay homage to post-war partisan resistance movements. The coin was presented to the public in a reconstructed partisan bunker at the Centre for Civil Education in Vilnius.

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    “Collector coins commemorate prominent Lithuanian figures, historical events and places. This particular coin is the first one to depict the challenging post-war period and honour the determination of Lithuanian partisans who fought for the freedom of our country. History shows that the struggle ended in victory – today we all live in a free democratic country,” said Vitas Vasiliauskas, Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania.

    The edge of the gold coin bears the inscription “Minaičiai. 1949 metų vasario 16-oji”. This was the place where 70 years ago partisans from various resistance districts gathered to sign the Declaration of the Council of the Movement for the Struggle for Freedom of Lithuania.

    The declaration laid down the guidelines for the future of Lithuania as a democratic republic and socially-oriented state. It was signed by eight partisans.

    The obverse of the €50 gold coin depicts a heart with the contour of Lithuania in the middle, formed by tree bark ornaments, reminiscent of symbolic scars. The reverse of the coin features trees with their branches similar to crosses – eternal monuments to the victims of the freedom movement, the inscription LIETUVOS LAISVĖS KOVOS SĄJŪDIS (The Movement for the Struggle for Freedom of Lithuania) and the sign of the double cross. The coin was designed by Eglė Ratkutė.

    The coin is available for purchase on the Bank of Lithuania e-shop, at the Bank of Lithuania cash offices, or through the official distributors of numismatic items. It is issued in a mintage of 3,000 pieces.

    The Bank of Lithuania has been issuing collector and commemorative coins since 1993. In total the country’s central bank issued more than 120 collector and commemorative coins, 17 of which were minted in gold.


    More: https://www.lb.lt/en/news/gold-coin-to-commemorate-the-struggle-for-freedom-of-lithuania
     
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    Bank of Lithuania issues a €5 silver coin dedicated to scouts

    2019-10-01

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    Today the Bank of Lithuania issues into circulation the €5 collector coin dedicated to Scouts. The theme for the coin was chosen through a public poll held by the Bank of Lithuania.

    ‘The obverse of the new coin features Vytis, the coat of arms of the Republic of Lithuania, foregrounded against a symbolic scouting map. It serves as a reminder that scouting represents not only bonfires, camps and outdoor activities but also dedication to fostering patriotism in young people. The slogan Dievui, Tėvynei, artimui (for God, Fatherland and Family) taken up by the scouting movement some 101 years ago will now also be commemorated on the coin,’ said Asta Kuniyoshi, Deputy Chair of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania.

    Started by Captain Petras Jurgėla, the scouting movement in Lithuania dates back to 1 October 1918. Historian Giedrius Globys noted that in interwar Lithuania there were more than 100,000 scouts. Many Lithuanian-born scouts obtained highest professional achievements while in exile and later contributed to the Lithuanian National Revival. Though the Lithuanian Scout Association was prohibited in 1940, its activities continued in exile. The scouting movement was revived in 1989. Currently, ten scout organisations are active in Lithuania, uniting around 5,000 members. They all act on uniform principles and pursue the same goals – that is, development of a harmonious personality and teaching of patriotic values.

    Designed by Eglė Ratkutė, the obverse of the coin features a silhouette of Vytis, depicted as a dotted road, in the background – a symbolic scouting map, while the reverse of the coin depicts the lily – Lithuanian scouting symbol – surrounded by elements of scouting activities related to physical and spiritual training, open-air living (camping, hiking, backpacking). The edge of the coin bears the inscription DIEVUI, TĖVYNEI, ARTIMUI (FOR GOD, FATHERLAND and FAMILY) and the scouting sign.

    The new €5 collector coin will be issued in a mintage of 2,500 pieces.


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