Money Museum is located at: Lithuania, Vilnius, Totorių g. 2/8.
Here you can see that people used to use as money.
One of the first Chinese money. I will not argue about the coin, but the first paper money just appeared in China.
Jewellery made from silver coins.
Well, that's that, but the spoon out of the money, it's kitsch.
Big collection of different coins of different countries and times.
Silver Dollar 1878, 26, 2 grams.
Five German marks. 1938, silver coin, too, 13 92 grams.
Rouble 1921. Silver 19 93 grams.
Gold Coin, 1887, 39, 94 grams, UK.
Paper money of different times, eras and countries.
Modern payment instruments. Bank cards.
Olympic Chinese money.
One hundred trillion Zimbabwe dollars, that's inflatsiya.
The installation, the number googol. This type of on-the-very dofiga unit and one hundred zeros.
You can try the weight of silver, gold and platinum are the same size.
In general, the museum is very cool collection of money. A collection of modern money is made as a remote control spaceship from a science fiction movie. It is such a large semi-circular table with drawers.
In the boxes, respectively money. When you push the appropriate box displays information about this currency.
Australian, plastic dollars. Yes, they really plastic, you can swim in the sea with pockets full of money and it will be nothing. I checked. The Australian dollar is not profukali if they wash.
Kolosalnaya coin collection.
Economists, historians, numismatists, a paradise. Come, learn, write diplomas, beauty.
Printed on a sheet of notes. These denominations no way back now.
This bill is also not in the back. Just when the Lithuanian litas was introduced in the '90s did not know how he will behave like feel in the market, what course ustakanilos in relation to other world currencies. So we were prepared notes large denominations. Until now, they were never put into circulation.
And it is curious installation. It cut the money and ot hardened eurozone countries, which have been withdrawn from circulation in connection with the introduction of the euro. The museum's director said that the clipped tone of some of the money from the debris of the EU central banks.