Coins were struck in 1992 by Bayerisches Hauptmünzamt (Germany). Artists: Gunars Lusis (graphic design) and Janis Strupulis (plaster model). In 1997, the 1-santims coin was struck repeatedly by Den Kongelige Mynt (Norway), in 2003, by Monnaie de Paris (France), in 2005 and 2007, by Rahapaja Oy (Finland), in 2008 by Münze Österreich (Austria). In 2000, the 2-santims coin was struck repeatedly by British Royal Mint (United Kingdom), in 2006 and 2007, by Royal Dutch Mint (the Netherlands), in 2009, by Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg (Germany). In 2006 and 2007, the 5-santims coin was struck repeatedly by British Royal Mint (United Kingdom) and by Münze Österreich (Austria) respectively, in 2009, by Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg (Germany). In 2008, the 10-santims coin was struck repeatedly by Monnaie de Paris (France). In 2007, the 20-santims coin was struck repeatedly by Real Casa de Moneda (Spain), in 2009, by Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg (Germany). In 2007 and 2009, the 50-santims coin was struck repeatedly by Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg (Germany). In 2007 and 2008, the 1-lats coin featuring a salmon was struck repeatedly by Monnaie de Paris (France).

The bimetal 2-lats coin was struck in 1999, 2003 and 2009 by British Royal Mint (United Kingdom). Artists: Gunars Lusis (graphic design), Janis Strupulis (plaster model). The 100-lats gold coin was struck in 1998 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artists: Sandra Belsone (graphic design), Janis Strupulis (plaster model).

The Bank of Latvia continues to diversify the design of Latvian money issuing 1-lats coins depicting signs, images and events characteristic of Latvia. These coins are minted in a limited amount (250 000-1 000 000 coins) with no additional issues.

The 1-lats coin featuring a stork was struck in 2001 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artist: Olga Silova.

The 1-lats coin featuring an ant was struck in 2003 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artists: Maris Putns, Artis Zvirgzdins, Davids Rubins (graphic design), Ligita Franckevica (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a mushroom was struck in 2004 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artists: Guntars Sietins (graphic design), Janis Strupulis (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a fairytale character Spriditis was struck in 2004 by Royal Dutch Mint (the Netherlands). Artist: Ivars Mailitis.

The 1-lats coin featuring the rooster on the spire of St. Peter's church in Riga was struck in 2005 by British Royal Mint (United Kingdom). Artists: Valdis Villeruss (graphic design), Ligita Franckevica (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a pretzel was struck in 2005 by Münze Österreich (Austria). Artists: Laimonis Senbergs (graphic design), Janis Strupulis (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a profile of Ligo night (summer solstice) celebrant adorned with a wreath was struck in 2006 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artists: Dace Liela (graphic design), Ligita Franckevica (plaster model). The 1-lats coin featuring a pinecone was also struck in 2006 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artists: Henrihs Vorkals (graphic design), Janis Strupulis (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring an owl fibula was struck in 2007 by Münze Österreich (Austria). Artists: Arvids Priedite (graphic design), Janis Strupulis (plaster model). The 1-lats coin featuring a snowman was also struck in 2007 by Münze Österreich (Austria). Artists: Daina Lapina (graphic design), Ligita Franckevica (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a waterlily was struck in 2008 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artists: Aleksandrs Chaidze (graphic design), Laura Medne (plaster model). The 1-lats coin featuring a Chimney-sweep was struck in 2008 by Rahapaja Oy (Finland). Artists: Daina Lapina (graphic design), Laura Medne (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a Namejs ring was struck in 2009 by Staatliche Münze Berlin (Germany). Artists: Ilze Libiete (graphic design), Baiba Šime (plaster model). The 1-lats coin featuring a Christmas tree was struck in 2009 by Staatliche Münze Berlin (Germany). Artists: Arvids Priedite (graphic design), Ligita Franckevica (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a toad was struck in 2010 by Staatliche Münze Berlin (Germany). Artists: Edgars Folks (graphic design), Jānis Strupulis (plaster model). Two versions of 1-lats coin featuring a horseshoe was struck in 2010 by Staatliche Münze Berlin (Germany). Artists: Franceska Kirke (graphic design), Laura Medne (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring a beer mug was struck in 2011 by Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt (the Netherlands). Artists: Juris Dimiters (graphic design) and Andris Varpa (plaster model). The 1-lats coin featuring a gingerbread heart was struck in 2011 by Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt (the Netherlands). Artists: Ruta Briede (graphic design), Laura Medne (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring hedgehog was struck in 2012 by Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg (Germany). Artists: Andris Vitolins (graphic design) and Laura Medne (plaster model). The 1-lats coin featuring Christmas bells was truck in 2012 by Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg (Germany). Artists: Holgers Elers (graphic design) and Laura Medne (plaster model).

The 1-lats coin featuring kokle (a Latvian musical instrument similar to harp) was struck in 2013 by Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg (Germany). Artists: Anna Heinrihsone (graphic design) and Ligita Franckevica (plaster model). The 1-lats parity coin was struck in 2013 by Münze Österreich (Austrija). Artists: Ilmars Blumbergs (graphic design) and Janis Strupulis (plaster model).