Chile 10-CENTESIMOS (KM191) Andean Condor
The Andean Condor is a new-world vulture and are related to storks, but not closely related to old-world vultures (which include hawks and eagles). It is difficult to not call them ugly, but they have a good reason for looking that way. The Andean Condor is huge, with male wingspans up to 3 m (10 feet). They can fly up to 5.5 km (3.5 miles) high.
This large aluminum-bronze coin was issued from 1960 to 1970.
- Diameter: 27.1 mm
- Composition: Aluminum-Bronze
- CAT#: KM191