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.
1707 Prussia, Thaler (I’m guessing the denomination since you didn’t provide a design description or size).
Obverse: Bust of King Friedrich I of Prussia (1701-1713) surrounded by the abbreviated Latin legend, FRID.D.G.REX BORUSS.EL.BR (Friedrich, By the grace of G-d, King and Elector of Brandenburg). The reverse shows a crowned FR monogram at center and order chain around with the medal at bottom bisecting the date 1707. The legend around is SVVM CVIQVE suum cuique (Let each have his own).
Value depends on authenticity, (lots of fakes exist) and grade (condition). Approximate value range for genuine examples: $200 – $6,000.