1911 INDIAN $10, MOTTO MS65

Grading Service: PCGS
SKU: 122822
Cert Number: 25027815
NGC Population: 92**
NGC Graded Higher: 47**

In 1911, the adventurer Hiram Bingham rediscovered Machu Picchu on an exploration funded by Yale. Led by a group of local peoples, the Yale lecturer of South American history rediscovered the sites of Vitcos and Vilcabamba before trekking on to what he incorrectly labeled the last capital of the Inca. More recent scholars have asserted that Machu Picchu was a royal estate where the Inca leader would vacation and never operated as a capital. Could Bingham have brought this 1911 eagle to Peru with him and on the Incan trail to Machu Picchu?

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