[LA DECOUVERTE de MACHU PICHU] National Geographic Magazine
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National Geographic Magazine BINGHAM (Hiram) National Geographic Magazine (Bingham, Hiram & Cook, O.F). April 1913 In the Wonderland of Peru: the Work Accomplished By the Peruvian Expedition of 1912, Under the Auspices of Yale University and the National Geographic Society . 244 illustrations. Issue written by Hiram Bingham on the discovery of the city of Machu Pichu, which he long believed to be Vilcabamba, the city of refuge of the last Inca king, Tupac Amaru. Enclosed: National Geographic Magazine (Bingham, Hiram & Cook, O.F.). May 1916. Issue written entirely by Hiram BINGHAM: Further explorations in the Land of the Incas. First description of the discovery of Machu-Pichu in a pre-original edition by National Geographic Magazine. Very fine condition. A highly desirable work, rare on the market.

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