PRESIDENTE RAMIREZ Mint Set 150 GRITO DE LARES 1868 2018 PUERTO RICO Coin Moneda

  • SOBRE 1,000 SUBASTAS MENSUALES / OVER 1,000 MONTHLY AUCTIONS GANE $1 POR CADA $20 COMPRADO / EARN $1 PER EACH $20 BOUGH!ANA, TNA, NTCA, ECI, CC&GTCC, NGC, USNS-LA-REPUBLICA--DE-PUERTO-RICO-SET DE 5 PIEZAS ENUMERADASPRESIDENTE NATIVO- PRESIDENTE--FRANCISCO RAMIREZ - CELEBRANDO 150 AÑOS DE SU GRITO EN LARES 23 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 1868" SESQUICENTENARIO DEL GRITO " ****1868 - 2018 ****SPANISH: !Saludos! Aquí en venta un (1) histórico set de monedas conmemorativas en estuche de presentación en 5 "valores" de 10c, 25c, 50c, 1 Albizu y 5 Albizu, tirada limitada de 200 sets, celebrando el 150 Aniversario del Histórico 23 de septiembre de 1868, cuando el líder independentista y recién nombrado Presidente de la República-de-Puerto-Rico, el Hacendado Francisco Ramírez Medina, da su Grito de Independencia en Lares, declarando a Borinquen soberano y libre del yugo español. Fué la 1ra persona en alzar la bandera de la independencia en Lares, y al día de hoy el Boricua que mayor rango político obtuvo en nuestra historia (Presidente por 2 días), desde Agueybaná el Bravo hasta el presente.ESPECIFICACIONES: Set de 5 piezas numismáticas, en adelante llamadas "monedas", hechas de aleación, con acabado en PLATA y con detalles en Esmalte. Vienen montadas en bello Estuche azul metálico con interior en pana azul francés y cierre de imán. Estuche mide 141.5 mm (5.58") de largo x 118.6 mm (4.65") de ancho x 31.1 mm (1.25") de alto. Contiene 5 espacios para montar las piezas según su tamaño, e incluye un cartón descriptivo con toda la data técnica de la tirada, además de una pieza de material esponjoso para mantener las piezas inmóviles sin sonar cuando el estuche se halle cerrado. Cada set de monedas en la misma caja lleva números de serie idénticos entre sí en el anverso, del 1 al 200. Todas las monedas vienen montadas en cápsula plástica de presentación para protección contra rayaduras. Las denominaciones son: 10c de Albizu, tamaño 20.1mm x 2.6mm, y peso 6.1gr (0.22oz), borde liso, y enumerada25c de Albizu, tamaño 25.1mm x 2.1mm, y peso 7.8gr (0.28oz), borde liso, y enumerada50c de Albizu, tamaño 29.8mm x 2.1mm, y peso 10.7gr (0.38oz), borde estriado, y enumerada1 Albizu, tamaño 34.9mm x 2.6mm, y peso 18.2gr (0.64oz), borde estriado, y enumerada5 Albizu, tamaño 39.8mm x 3.0mm, y peso 29.4gr (1.04oz), borde estriado, y enumeradaANVERSO:Las 5 denominaciones muestran el busto de nuestro 1er Presidente, Francisco Ramírez Medina, como debió lucir el día de su grito, de acuerdo a fotos de la época. Bajo su busto se lee su nombre y posición titular. Sobre su imagen se lee el país que representa y autoridad emisora de esta tirada. A la derecha del busto aparece una estrella, y debajo de ella el numeral 150, bajo el cual se lee "AÑOS DE LUCHA" en las denominaciones 50c, 1A, y 5A (frase omitida en los valores de 10c y 25c), y justo debajo un machete, arma principal de los patriotas del grito.A la izquierda del busto aparece la palabra "LIBERTAD", sobre la cual vemos la denominación, que brilla color oro. Junto a cada valor aparece su equivalente en puntitos Braille para no videntes. Las monedas de 25c y 50c muestran valores fraccionarios en el anverso y valores enteros en el reverso. Todas las denominaciones en anverso llevan el símbolo del "Albizu" de una letra " A " con dos barras horizontales. La palabra "LIBERTAD" aparece omitida en la moneda de 5 Albizu.REVERSO:Un bello escudo alegórico constituído por 2 banderas del Grito de Lares y 2 banderas Puertorriqueñas amarradas por debajo en donde una banda roja que lee: "PUERTO RICO SOBERANO " (frase omitida en los valores 10c y 25c). El centro del escudo consta de una guirnalda de ramas de café que rodean un escudo azul con un Pitirre sosteniendo una cruz en el pico, un machete en su garra derecha, y una rama de café en la garra izquierda, portando en su pecho el mitológico Sol Taíno en colores azul y rojo. Encima de las banderas, aparece una banda color oro que lee en Taíno: "GUAKIABANA GUAKIAGUALI BORIKEN" (frase omitida en las denominaciones 10c y 25c) y sobre ella un sol destellante, encima del cual se lee "PUERTO RICO ES LIBRE Y SOBERANO" (en los valores 10c y 25c sólo se lee "Puerto Rico").Debajo del escudo, todas las denominaciones leen: "1868 - 2018, Sesquicentenario del Grito de Lares" A la derecha del escudo, cada moneda muestra su valor (10c, 25c, 50c, 1A y 5A), y a la izquierda del escudo, las monedas fraccionarias llevan símbolo de centavo, y valores enteros leen "Un Albizu" y "Cinco Albizu" de manera estilizada. Todas las denominaciones contienen 3 estrellitas a izquierda y derecha del escudo, justo bajo las puntas de lanza. Debajo de las estrellitas, sólo las piezas de 1 y 5 Albizu leen: "SERIE 2018" a derecha y " DECRETO 23 SEPT" a izquierda. ENGLISH: Howdy! This auction is for one (1) limited edition medallic issue boxed set containing 5 pieces of different values, in the "Albizu" denomination, henceforth referred to as "coins". It commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the 1868 Puerto Rican uprising, when Francisco Ramírez Medina, a local plantation owner turned fervent separatist, who in 1868 became (for 2 days) the first and only Puerto Rican ever proclaimed by locals as "President of Puerto Rico", a patriot who proclaimed the historical "Grito de Lares" cry of independence from Spain, and who hoisted the Lares Revolutionary Flag (sewn by freedom fighter Mariana Bracetti) at that town's city hall for the 1st time ever. There is a total mintage of only 200 five piece sets, with each of the 5 "coins" within the box featuring matching serial number.SPECIFICS: Each set comes with 5 coins made of Silver Plated with high gloss enamel finish, mounted in a luxurious "electric Blue" presentation case with royal blue velvet interior, containing 5 spaces of different size. The case measures 141.5 mm (5.58") length x 118.6 mm (4.65") width x 31.1 mm (1.25") height. It locks with a magnet. Each case includes a cardboard note containing all technical data of each piece. All 5 Coins within the same box carries identical matching serial numbers, from #1 to #200. All coins come inside tough plastic capsules to protect against staining, scratches and nicks. The 5 denominations are: 10 Cents of Albizu, size 20.1mm x 2.6mm, weights 6.1gr (0.22oz), smooth edge25 Cents of Albizu, size 25.1mm x 2.1mm, weights 7.8gr (0.28oz), smooth edge50 Cents of Albizu, size 29.8mm x 2.1mm, weights 10.7gr (0.38oz), reeded edge1 Albizu, size 34.9mm x 2.6mm, weights 18.2gr (0.64oz), reeded edge5 Albizu, size 39.8mm x 3.0mm, weights 29.4gr (1.04oz), reeded edgeOBVERSE: All 5 coins feature Francisco Ramírez-Medina, whose name and title is read under his bust. On top of his image it reads "Republic of Puerto Rico". To the left of his image there's a star underneath which it reads "150 years of fight" (words ommited on the 10c and 25c denominations) and there is the image of a machete, the common weapon used by freedom fighters throughout 1868 uprising. The left of the bust shows the coin's denomination, both in reflective in gold color number, and Braille dots for the blind. Under each denomination it reads "Liberty" (omitted on the 5 Albizu piece). The Albizu denomination consists of a letter "A" crossed by 2 bars, much like the North American Amero, but based on the much older, now obsolete Austral denomination once used in Argentina.REVERSE:As main details, It features a brightly enameled allegoric shield, featuring both the Lares and Puerto Rican flags, tied together at the bottom with a red band which reads "Soverign Puerto Rico" (omitted on 10c and 25c values). the center consists of a wreath made of coffee tree branches encircling a blue shield with a Pitirre bird (A most valiant small bird capable of challenging, and scaring away any much bigger Caribbean bird of prey that attempts to lunch on the little bird). The Pitirre holds a Christian cross on its beak, a machete in its right fang, and a branch of coffee tree in its left fang. It wears a shield featuring the local Taino Tribe native american sun in blue and red colors. On top of the flags there is a golden band that reads "Soverign Puerto Rico" in Taino language (words omitted on 10c and 25c values) crowned by a resplandescent sun, on top of which it reads "Puerto Rico is Free and Sovereign"(only "Puerto Rico" is read on 10c and 25c values). Right below the reverse shield it reads: "1868-2018 Sesquicentennial of the Grito de Lares".FRANCISCO RAMĺREZ MEDINA(born c.1828), was one of the leaders of "El Grito de Lares", the first major revolt against Spanish rule and call for independence in Puerto Rico in 1868. He has thus far been the only person to be named "President of the Republic of Puerto Rico".EL GRITO DE LARES / CRY OF LARES UPRISINGHistory has little to say about Ramírez Medina and his personal life; what is known however, is that he was a believer in the Puerto Rican Independence Movement. For years, various sectors in Puerto Rico had plans for claiming the independence of Puerto Rico from Spanish rule. Among those who planned for the island's freedom was Puerto Rican General Antonio Valero de Bernabé, who upon learning of Simón Bolivar's dream of liberating and creating a unified Latin America, which included Puerto Rico and Cuba, decided to join him and in St. Thomas established contacts with the Puerto Rican independence movement. However, it wasn't until 1868 when a revolt was initially started and planned by Ramón Emeterio Betances, and Segundo Ruiz Belvis against the Government of Spain which then ruled the island. Manuel Rojas, Mariana Bracetti, and Mathias Brugman joined them by forming revolutionary cells in the island. Ramírez Medina, among others, also joined the movement.PLANNING STAGEOn September 20, Ramírez Medina held a meeting at his house in which the insurrection was planned and set to begin in Camuy on September 29. The meeting was attended by Marcelino Vega, Carlos Martínez, Bonifacio Agüero, José Antonio Hernández, Ramón Estrella, Bartolomé González, Cesilio López, Antonio Santiago, Manuel Ramírez, Ulises Cancela. Cancela instructed Manuel María González to deliver all of the acts and important papers in regard to the meeting to Manuel Rojas.On the night of September 19 a Spanish captain stationed in Quebradillas, Juan Castañón, overheard two cell members commenting that on September 29 the troop at Camuy would be neutralized by poisoning the bread rations. Given the fact that September 29 would be a holiday for most laborers, simultaneous uprisings would occur, beginning with the cell in Camuy, and following with the ones in various other points; reinforcements would come in through a ship, "El Telégrafo", and the cells would be reinforced by more than 3,000 mercenaries. Castañón and his men then entered González's residence and confiscated the documents of Medina's meeting and alerted his commanding officer in Arecibo. The cell leaders at the Lanzador del Norte cell in Camuy were soon arrested. The rebels decided to move up the date of the revolution after the authorities on the island discovered the plan.DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCEIt was then agreed to first strike at the town of Lares on September 24. Some 400–600 rebels gathered on that day in the hacienda of Manuel Rojas, located in the vicinity of Peñuelas, on the outskirts of Lares. Poorly trained and armed, the rebels reached the town by horse and foot around midnight. They looted local stores and offices owned by "peninsulares" (Spanish-born men) and took over the city hall. Spanish merchants and local government authorities, considered by the rebels to be enemies of the fatherland, were taken as prisoners. The revolutionaries then entered the town's church and placed the revolutionary flag, the first Puerto Rican flag, knitted by Bracetti with the materials provided by Eduvigis Beauchamp Sterling, Treasurer of the revolution, on the High Altar. The flag was divided in the middle by a white Latin cross, the two lower corners were red and the two upper corners were blue. A white star was placed in the upper left blue corner. According to Puerto Rican poet Luis Lloréns Torres, the white cross on it stand for the yearning for homeland redemption; the red squares, the blood poured by the heroes of the rebellion and the white star in the blue solitude square, stands for liberty and freedom. By placing the flag on the High Altar, the revolucionists were giving a sign that the revolution had begun. This event became known as "El Grito de Lares", Puerto Rico's call for independence. After this victory, Rojas and his men declared Puerto Rico a free Republic. The Republic of Puerto Rico was proclaimed at (2:00 am local time) under the presidency of Ramírez Medina at the church. President Ramírez Medina appointed Government officials as follows:· Francisco Ramírez Medina, President· Aurelio Méndez, Minister of the Interior· Manuel Ramírez, Minister of State· Celedonio Abril, Minister of the Treasury· Federico Valencia, Minister of War· Clemente Millán, Minister of Justice· Bernabé Pol, Secretary to the President· Manuel Rojas, Commander in Chief of the Liberation ArmyAs the President of provisional government of the Republic of Puerto Rico, Ramírez Medina first official act was the proclamation of the abolition of the Libreta system. The Libreta system, required that every worker carry on his person a notebook which stated the type of job the person does and who he works for. Anyone who was able to work and did not carry a "Libreta" (notebook or journal) was subject to imprisonment. He also ordered the liberation of all the slaves who joined the struggle or were prevented from doing so, and he urged his countrymen to do their duty and liberate Puerto Rico.CONFRONTATION AT SAN SEBASTIANThe rebel forces then departed to take over the next town, San Sebastián del Pepino. The Spanish militia, however, surprised the group with strong resistance, causing great confusion among the armed rebels who, led by Manuel Rojas, retreated back to Lares. Upon an order from the governor, Julián Pavía, the Spanish militia soon rounded up the rebels. All of the survivors were imprisoned in Arecibo. Francisco Ramírez Medina was among the captured and may have been executed for treason. His exact fate, however is unknown.LEGACY On November 16, 1930, the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party issued bonds in the name of the "Republic of Puerto Rico" bearing the photograph of Dr. Ramírez "First President of the Republic". There's a street in the bank district of Hato Rey, called Calle Presidente Ramírez (lit. "President Ramírez Street") in his honor. In addition, it makes recognition of Ramírez Medina with a character in the play entitled "El Grito de Lares ... un momento en la historia." This work was written and has been run by the same author, Gerardo Lugo Segarra better known by his stage name as Jerry Segarra. The play was premiered on September 22, 2009 and since then uses the actual scenarios where they developed the Grito de Lares as were the Revolution Square, City Hall, the temple of the Catholic Church and the streets around the Plaza in Lares, Puerto Rico. 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Certification NumberPUERTO-RICO-MINT-at-FACEBOOK CertificationPUERTO RICO MINT en FACEBOOK
GradeUngraded Year2018
Circulated/UncirculatedUncirculated CompositionSILVER plated Steel with Enamel
Modified ItemNo California Prop 65 WarningKEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN UNDER AGE 10 TO PREVENT CHOKING
Country/Region of ManufactureUnknown
Certification NumberPUERTO-RICO-MINT-at-FACEBOOK
CertificationPUERTO RICO MINT en FACEBOOK
GradeUngraded
Year2018
Circulated/UncirculatedUncirculated
CompositionSILVER plated Steel with Enamel
Modified ItemNo
California Prop 65 WarningKEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN UNDER AGE 10 TO PREVENT CHOKING
Country/Region of ManufactureUnknown

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