These are not from the exempt §, and sould not be included in this template:
Copyright does not apply to reproduction of work by libraries, archives or museums.
It is permitted, without the authorization of the author and without payment of remuneration, to reproduce works of architecture, works of visual art, works of applied art or photographic works which are permanently located in places open to the public by any means except for mechanical contact copying, and to communicate such reproductions of works to the public except if the work is the main subject of the reproduction and it is intended to be used for direct commercial purposes. If the work specified carries the name of its author, it shall be indicated in communicating the reproduction to the public.
--Raul6 20:28, 4 October 2007 (UTC)
No court or law in the US or in the UK has ever recognized Estonia as a legal entity of the USSR, therefore why exactly is this country covered with PD-exUSSR-exempt license tag? Thanks!--Terker 21:09, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
I updated the information in the template to be in accordance with the actual law, thus removing "banknotes" from the list. The up to date law (in Estonian) can be seen here and the update I mentioned here. Quibik (talk) 16:23, 14 May 2009 (UTC)