Fight on Isla de Muerta 17
"It's not a bad look, really. Eh?"
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"Why should I believe that this once belonged to the Queen of Spain?"
"Do I look like the kind of man who would lie about a thing like that?"
"Fair enough! But do I also look like the kind of man who personally stole it from the Queen of Spain?"
"Yes. I'll give you 20 pieces of silver for it.
―Tavern keeper and Jack Sparrow, talking about the Queen of Spain's beads[src]

This woman was the Queen of Spain after the battle of the Isla de Muerta. The notorious pirate Jack Sparrow once stole her beads and attempted to sell them.

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