A set which consists of the following coins:
- Coin dedicated to Signatories
- Coin dedicated to Diplomacy
- Coin dedicated to Armed Forces and Militarized Organizations
- Coin dedicated to the Legal System.
The obverse of the coins bears Vytis, the coat of arms of the Republic of Lithuania, inscriptions LIETUVA (LITHUANIA), 1918 VASARIO 16-OJI (16 FEBRUARY 1918), the year of issue (2018) as well as the denomination and the mintmark of the Lithuanian Mint.
On the reverse of the 5-euro coin: 1918 03 23 VOKIETIJA PRIPAŽINO LIETUVOS NEPRIKLAUSOMYBĘ (Germany recognised the independence of Lithuania); 1920 07 12 LIETUVOS IR SOVIETŲ RUSIJOS TAIKOS SUTARTIS (the Soviet–Lithuanian peace treaty); 1921 09 22 LIETUVA TAUTŲ SĄJUNGOJE (Lithuania in the league of nations).
On the reverse of the 10-euro coin: 1918 11 23 LIETUVOS KARIUOMENĖS ĮKŪRIMAS (the establishment of Lithuanian army); 1919 06 27 ŠAULIŲ SĄJUNGOS ĮKŪRIMAS (the establishment of the Lithuanian riflemen’s union); 1918–1920 LIETUVOS NEPRIKLAUSOMYBĖS KOVOS (fights for the independence of Lithuania); 1919 02 10 JIEZNAS; 1919 11 21–22 RADVILIŠKIS; 1920 11 17–21 GIEDRAIČIAI–ŠIRVINTOS.
On the reverse of the 20-euro coin: 1918 11 02 LIETUVOS VALSTYBĖS KONSTITUCIJOS PAMATINIAI DĖSNIAI (the fundamental laws of the constitution of the state of Lithuania); 1918 11 11 PIRMOJI LIETUVOS VYRIAUSYBĖ (the first government of Lithuania); 1918 12 03 TEISMŲ IR ADVOKATŪROS VEIKLOS PRADŽIA (beginning of the activities of courts and the Lithuanian bar association); 1920 05 15 STEIGIAMASIS SEIMAS (CONSTITUENT SEIMAS); 1922 08 01 LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKOS KONSTITUCIJA (the constitution of the republic of Lithuania).
On the reverse of the 50-euro coin – facsimile signatures of the signatories to the Act of Independence of Lithuania who signed the historical document of the Council of Lithuania on 16 February 1918, announcing the reestablishment of the State of Lithuania.