2nd Revised and Expanded Edition (for the 93 years Anniversary of the Bank of Lithuania). The publication presents the history of the buildings of the Bank of Lithuania in Kaunas.
The Catalogue publishes all money from this period accumulated at the Money Museum, from the first Lithuanian bars to the last coins, minted in Vilnius Mint in 1666.
The brochure analyses the formation of the Vytis as the symbol and coat of arms of the State of Lithuania, introduces the history of Lithuanian money from the end of the 14th c. to the present day, the Lithuanian euro coins and their designers.
The catalogue presents works by Lithuanian caricaturists. These works were on display at the exhibition dedicated to the adoption of Europe’s single currency, the euro, in Lithuania in 2015.
The brochure introduces the exhibition halls of the Money Museum, interactive means, and visual graphic solutions.
The Catalogue presents works by Lithuanian fine art photographers. These works were on display at the exhibition under the same name, dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the litas in Lithuania.
The Catalogue comprehensively presents and describes the collection of silver coins of the Golden Horde at the Money Museum.
The brochure introduces the artistic composition by the sculptor L. Pivoriūnas at the Money Museum, made from disintegrated banknotes of European Union countries.
The brochure introduces the exhibition open in the Money Museum’s Exhibition and Conference hall, which presents 240 silver artefacts from Lithuania, Russia and other countries, produced at the end of the 18th–second half of the 20th c., and the history of these artefacts appearing at the Museum.
The electronic publication, consisting of 3 main parts (visual narrative, drawings of banknotes and coins, catalogue), presents a virtual exhibition, dedicated to everyone interested in the development of banking and money in Lithuania.