Libertad

A silver bullion coin of Mexico, containing 1 ounce of .999 fine silver.
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Libertad

[coin] Libertad coins are gold and silver Mexican bullion coins. They are sold in 1/20, 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, and 1 troy ounce (ozt) weights for both gold and silver coins; and 2, 5 ozt and 1 kilogram weights for silver coins. ==Design== The coins are .999 fine silver or fine gold. On one side of the coin is a winged Victoria of Mexican Independe...
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Libertad

The Libertad was a British-built Argentinean cruiser of 2595 tons displacement launched in 1891. The Libertad was powered by four double cylindrical boilers converted to burn oil between 1925 and 1927 providing a top speed of 13 knots. The Libertad carried a complement of 196 and was armed with two 9.4 inch Krupp guns; four 4.7 inch guns and four 3...
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Libertad

[Ivy Queen song] `Libertad` (English: Freedom) is a song by Puerto Rican recording artist Ivy Queen, from her fifth studio album, Flashback (2005). It was composed by Queen, produced by Rafi Mercenario, and released as the second out of three singles from the album via Airplay in 2005. It was later released as promotional single in 2006. It...
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Libertad

[schooner] Libertad, meaning `liberty` in Spanish, was a merchant schooner built on the west coast of Mexico for service between Mexico and the Baja California peninsula and along the coast of Mexico. During the Mexican-American War, she was captured at Loreto, Mexico, along with the schooner Fortuna on 1 October 1846 by the United States N...
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Libertad

[name] Libertad is both a Spanish surname and a given name meaning `freedom`. Notable people with the name include: Surname: Given name: ...
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