So I was in the US Currency section, replying to a post about a "short snort" which is where people sign bills as kind of a drinking game. Much like the challenge coins of today.
so I purchased a couple of bills I thought might be short snorts and I'm trying to do research on them to confirm.
In googling it seems there's a lot of brazilian currency from this time period which is hand-signed on the front? Apparently by the governmental authorities? That just seems so odd and cumbersome to me. Maybe there wasn't a whole lot of currency issued but it seems someone would still get bad writer's cramp!
I am just curious how this worked and if a signature denotes something special or if different signatures mean different things or what.