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Dictionary of Berlin

Full text: Brasch & Rothenstein's Guide of Berlin

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required in this branch, i. e. exchanges Foreign Money, cashes 
Circular Notes and Drafts under Letters of Credit at highest 
rates, receives Money or Valuables on deposit, and issues 
drafts on first class houses in Europe, and to the U. S, 
5. An English and American Register is kept of all- 
visitors, with the hotels or addresses at which they are staying, 
and published regularly in the “American Register”, in “Ga- 
lignani’s Messenger”, and the “Berliner Borsen-Courier". 
6. Letters and Telegrams taken, and redirected when 
required; the exclusive use of a Yale Lock P. O. Box, if 
desired. 
7. Storage of Baggage. Splendid accomodation at lowest 
rates. 
8. Transport Department. 
a) Travellers can direct their Luggage to the Exchange, 
where it is received, passed trough the customs stored in 
warehouse for any length of time, and fowarded immediately 
on receipt of instructions. Insurance with first class Com- 
pagnies, when desired. 
b) Travelling Business Men are informed, that Messrs. 
Brasch & Rolhenstein's Forwarding Business with houses 
in London, Paris, Vienna, Leipsic, Francfort on the Main, Gotha, 
Flushing, Eisenach, Dortmund, Dittersbach and Bentheim, 
undertakes the carriage of goods to all parts and in all 
quantities,at moderate and fixed through-rates, for sea-transport 
by weight or measurement, as desired. They are enabled 
to despatch any quantity of goods with great speed and 
cheapness, assisted by a Tarif-bureau, possessing a most 
complete collection of Goods Rates for Railways and Steam 
ship Compagnies. 
Messrs Brasch & Rothenstein's German Transatlantic 
Exchange is the favorite head-quarters of Americans in 
Berlin. In the New York Herald of the 23rd of December 
1882, its correspondent says: 
“ Before closing these notes / would call the attention 
of Americans who are coming to Berlin to visit the Hygienic
        
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