It didn't even dawn on me that they may still be making the 60" version. Dough!
Yeah, that looks like it's on the same side as the coin only the bottom of the riser and the coin is on the top of mine.
I gotta say man, that's the reason Bear fell into disfavor for several years with us older guys. Back in the seventies a lot of folks thought they kind of went off the rails a little bit and away from the "Fred Bear Way". Deserved or not it hurt the reputation!
They fell behind in compound technology a little. I think they started chasing the curve and ended up going with gadgets an gimmicks instead of just doing the proven while they did R&D on 'innovations'. It even bled over into their traditional bow.
Gotta say, that kind of strikes me as an 'innovation' that should have gone away and stayed away. I do have to say, it's prettier than mine is. They've gotten a lot better at staining/finishing the wood.
On the other hand, the riser on that one and I suspect all of the new ones is a single piece of wood. It's just separated by tape and finished differently to give it the look of Fred Bears original design.
Mine is actually 7 different pieces of 5 different kinds of wood laminated together to form the riser. Plus the Bear Glass.
Here's a close up of mine. You can see the different grain directions. Just guessing, but being a hardwood lumber inspector it's an educated guess...it looks like the two big sections are Osage and Elm. The thin pieces that make the strip in the middle look like maple and walnut. And bamboo on the outside under the glass, which I suspect is what they call future wood in the description. You can also see the factory brass quiver inserts and round bear coin.