Quality Committee of 100 Medal, This one in White Metal
This is an example of how some medals appeal to a group of collectors, and not to another. One group only wants "white" pieces and shuns toned medals despite the high grade, much like coin collectors in general. NGC and PCGS have repeatedly reiterated that they grade by condition and strike, not color, per se. Where a coin is listed in a price reference such as the Grey Sheet or Redbook, a 67 is a 67 and is priced accordingly, white or not. We're pricing it at below wholesale as with all medals listed today, and we would price an identical (in strike, condition, rarity) "pure white" specimen the same. The toning here is actually quite minimal as we have numerous very high-grade coins in stock that have dark and rainbow toning dominating the surface, and unllike many sellers, we don't favor "heavy toning" or "pure white".