Why do you think ancient paper money are all A4 size?
China started using paper money around the 1st century and was later pass to the west, recently museum in China showed a few left paper money, from over 1000 years ago. like today, paper money only represent huge quantity amount, but ancient Chinese paper money, are all A4 size, with a lot of writings print on it and the official stamp of the finance department and bank that issue it. Why do you think, those ancient people choose A4 size note for paper money?
Probably because it was the largest size a Xerox machine could take back then too.
It was not designed to fit into a wallet in those days. As you know, paper money is essentially a letter of promissory that is considered legal tender because it is endorsed by a government or bank.
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