I have actually come across 2 of these in 24 hours. The first one was cheap and looked good excepting a small ding and I got so hepped up I almost bought it, I even emailed a dealer who has been very good to me who gave me some advice. Then completely out of the blue a second one at a similar price without a ding...I haven't seen one of these under a couple thousand dollars in months and now 2 of them. Anyhow when I saw the price I jumped even though the picture wasn't ideal it was clear that it was a perfectly ok coin, just remains to be seen whether it's a good coin (quite possible) or even a great coin (less likely looking at the photos). I looked at some of the other auctions this guy had and some other gold coins suffered from this over blown colour problem, don't think it was deliberately trying to hide anything. Anyhow I thought I would solicit some information from you guys. The 68 is supposed to be the key to the series but isn't the 60 roughly the same price or even more for the equivalent grade? A little confusing. Also wondering what you guys thought about the coin ad pictured? I've asked for more even though I've bought it and I'll hopefully have it in a couple weeks but I'd be curious to know what you think. I would settle for a vf that pcgs would over grade (as per usual) an xf45 but I'm holding out the smallest ray of hope that it might be a little better. To get a little more detail I made a negative of the reverse, gives you a little more. It does look like a tiny bit of original lustre in between the lettering, nice if it's true.