I recently picked up this document and would appreciate your thoughts. It is from 28 August 1930 and is an appointment for Kazimierz Duch (https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazimierz_Duch) and is signed by the President, Prime Minister, and Minister of the Interior.
On 25 August 1930, Jozef Pilsudski was appointed Prime Minister until 4 December 1930. I am not a handwriting expert, but the signatures of Moscicki, Pilsudski, and Skladowski appear to be original "wet ink" signatures. However, even if they are hand signed I assume they could be secretarial.
If anyone is familiar with these type of documents, do you believe: a) the signatures are in fact "wet ink", and b) they would have been signed by them directly?
I know there are a lot of documents with a Pilsudski signature, but they always seem to be printed. In general, how rare is an original Pilsudski signature?
Thanks in advance for your help!