On September 10, 1994 Lithuania issued this 80 centas value (Sc #499) as a part of its Municipal Coats of Arms series. Arms of the village of Perloja are depicted on the stamp. Perloja, population 784, is located in a forested area in the southern part of the country.
From heraldry-wiki.com, "The arms were described as an European bison with a cross between its horns. The arms were most likely derived from the arms of Kaunas, as Kaunas was the center of the district to which Perloja belonged (in 1792)."