The thing about selling a scarce coin like this so cheap, it could find its way into a PCGS FS holder and be worth 10-15 times more. Also, when anyone claims their coin has almost or near full steps, this is what they should look like. Someone recently touted, that won't FS!! My reply. "Well, maybe but have you ever seen one that's even close to this one?" I've been fortunate to have landed two 1960-D's with decent representable steps over a course of 27+ years collecting this series. Add up your time and gas and dining, hotel and parking fees for the larger shows and the hours upon hours of searching for this date, the price for this rarity will look cheap. Go check PCGS Coinfacts to see what's been certified and get back to me. And you better hurry, I just might increase the price.