Invicta

[car] Invicta is a British automobile manufacturer. The brand has been available intermittently through successive decades. Initially, the manufacturer was based in Cobham, Surrey, England from 1925 to 1933, then in Chelsea, London, England from 1933 to 1938 and finally in Virginia Water, Surrey, England from 1946 to 1950. More recently, th...
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Invicta

[company] Invicta is an outdoor accessories trademark founded in 1906, in England and bought by a Turin enterprise in 1921. ...
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Invicta

[locomotive] ==History== Invicta was built for £635 to work on the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway. She was named after the motto on the Flag of Kent, `Invicta`, meaning undefeated. She was shipped by sea from Newcastle to Whitstable and hauled the inaugural train into Whitstable Harbour station on 3 May 1830. Contemporary illustrations ...
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Invicta

[motto] Invicta (meaning undefeated or unconquered) was used in Roma invicta meaning `Unconquered Rome` and is the motto of the county of Kent, England. ==Theories of origin== Invicta has been a motto for centuries. Roma Invicta is a Latin phrase, meaning `Unconquered Rome`, inscribed on the Statue of Rome. It was an inspirational motto use...
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