Lithuania 1 Centas banknote 1922

Lithuania 1 Centas banknote of 1922

Obverse: On the left and right side depicted the face value in arabic numerals "1". The face value in words "Vienas Centas" (One Cent) at center.
Reverse: Coat of arms of Lithuania, consisting of an armour-clad knight on horseback holding a sword and shield, is also known as Vytis at center. The face value in arabic numerals "1" in ornate guilloche at left and right and in words "Vienas Centas" (One Cent) at lower center.
The note is decorated throughout with various Lithuanian folk motifs.

Printed at the Andreas Haase printing house in Prague, Czechoslovakia.
The patterns of the litas note were designed by the artist Adomas Varnas who headed the commission supervising the printing in Prague.

Lithuania banknotes - Lithuania paper money 
 10.09.1922 Issue 

 1 Centas    5 Centai    20 Centu    50 Centu    1 Litas    5 Litai 

 16.11.1922 Issue 

 1 Centas    2 Centu    5 Centai    10 Centu    20 Centu    50 Centu    1 Litas    2 Litu    5 Litai    

10 Litu    50 Litu    100 Litu