Lithuania

 

Lithuania

 

 

Vehicle registration document of Lithuania – old version

 

Point Explanations:
1 Date of issue
2 Date of first registration
3 VRN
4 Vehicle Identification Number
5 Engine Number
Watermark
Image of an unfolded specimen (Pavyzdys)
UV Photograph
Dokument number with the serial letters in letterpress printing
Example of a false document number in a complete forgery
Description:  
 
Watermark: See image
Document number: 2 letters and 6 numbers, all in letterpress prin
Reaction to UV light: The paper remains dark, the document number appears green, 2 light emblems – see image
Print quality:

 

Very good, delicate protective pattern, the document is folded in the middle and sealed in film

Vehicle registration document (new version)

The new Lithuanian vehicle registration document comes in two colours.

Green: Original vehicle registration document
Point Explanations:
1 Date of issue
2 Date of first registration
3 VRN
4 Vehicle Identification Number
5 Engine Number

Blue: User’s authorisation document

The user’s authorisation document is used when the driver is not identical with the owner as shown on the vehicle registration document.
In the case of hire cars and leased vehicles for example.

Both vehicle registration documents have identical security features:
Watermark
UV Photograph
Old cinegram
Micro lettering
New cinegram and new document number typeface since 01.05.2004
The material on which the document is printed has coloured grains
Other introduced mistakes than security sign
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Description:  
Watermark:

 

The document is made of neobond paper and has a security feature against a backlight which looks like a watermark – see image
Document number:

 

On all outer pages, 6 red numbers in letterpress printing; printed above the cinegram on the front page – see images
Reaction to UV light:

 

The paper remains dark, the document number is red, there are green and red grains and various imprints – see image
Print quality:

 

Cinegram on the facing page, micro lettering on all pages. The material from which the document is made (neo bond paper) has coloured grains – see images
N.B.: There are excellent complete forgeries with original cinegrams, document numbers in letterpress printing as well as micro lettering and imprints visible under UV light which can scarcely be distinguished from originals.
The only way to tell a forgery from an original is the grains which have been imprinted and are not in the actual material from which the document is made!

Watermark

UV Photographs

                                               

Description:  
Watermark: See image
Document number in Lithuania: One letter and 6 digits in letterpress printing
Reaction to UV light:

 

The paper remains dark, the document number becomes green, red coloured grains, various imprints – see images
Print quality: Cinegram (Arrow 1), micro lettering (Arrow 2)

 

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