Lithuania currency 1 Litas banknote of 1922

Lithuania currency 1 Litas banknote of 1922
Bank of Lithuania - Lietuvos Bankas

Obverse: Coat of arms of Lithuania, consisting of an armour-clad knight on horseback holding a sword and shield, is also known as Vytis. The Columns of Gediminas or Pillars of Gediminas at upper left and right corners. A two-barred cross (Jagiellonian cross - Coat of arms of the Jagiellonian dynasty, used since the 14th century.) in the left and right corner at the bottom.
Reverse: Vienas Litas
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.

The text on the face of the permanent banknote series translates, “Bank of Lithuania, Kaunas, November 16, 1922, Bank of Lithuania. One Litas contains 0.150462 grams of pure gold.” Based on the gold standard, the litas at the time was worth U.S. 10¢. Also contained on the face are the signatures of the officials of the Bank of Lithuania for the denominations 2 litas and higher: “V. Jurgutis, A. Prusas, P. Grajauskas, J. Paknys, and Julius Kaupas.” The various centas denominations and the 1 litas note were ordered by the Finance Ministry before the Bank of Lithuania was organized, and so contain Finance Ministry signatures. In addition to the denomination designations, the backs of the 1922 series carry the warning which translates “Counterfeiting Banknotes is Punishable by Law.”

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