Can I buy proof coins at the Berlin Mint and other venues in Germany?

Steve writes: What is the exact street address for the Berlin mint and are there other venues in Germany to buy proof coins directly when in Germany, for example a bank? Here are the addresses of all the German Mints: Bayerisches Hauptmünzamt Zamdorferstrasse 92 D-8000 Munchen Deutschland Fax: 49-89-930-3393 Hamburg Mint Bei der Neuen Münze […]
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1707 Prussia Thaler

Fermin C. writes: I would like to ask question to the coin doc about my coin with wordings in front of the coin which says FRID.D.G.REX BORUSS.EL.BR and on the reverse side SVVM CVIQVE 1707 C-S-. My question is what country this coin belong and how much does it worth? Thank you. Fermin C. Philippines. […]
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1690 Austria 3 Kruezer

Mickie R. writes: Hey Doc. I have a silver coin that has a “3” on the front. c:Rex means King Leopoldus (I?), King of Germany, Hungary, and Bohemia. The back says: ARCHID:AUS:D:(VI):BURG:STYR?? and a coat of arms in the middle. Most August 6th Duke of Burgundy… Am I right? The date is smeared. 1690 or […]
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