Those signatures are from the State Bank Directors.
However within those notes, a wide range of second signatures (less important for determinating the exact period of issue) makes it way more fun to make larger collection.
The State Bank Director's signatures, depending on the specific banknote, can be one of 4 maximum.
Some later notes only have 3 signature types, and some only 2.
This information can be found on the previous posts I made.
|4 basic signatures|
A more advanced collection might have one note of each issued value, having one of the 2, 3 or 4 signatures.
However, we aim for the highest goal and we'll try to find a copy of each cashiers' signature as well...
Admit it, it adds a lot more fun to your collection.
The most important instrument for determinating which signature, and how many signatures there are, should be available in catalogues.
However the Standard Catalogue of Paper Money, didn't answer my questions, so I went further.
An overview of the cashiers' signatures types I found so far ...
This might take your collection to a higher level.
Who said that there is a thin line between a hobby and a mental illness, ....
Maybe more to follow ...