The images are the same textures on the strike and in the gaps (?)
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It acquired a multitude of marks from circulation. If you look at enough circulated coins, you should see many others that are similar, as it doesn’t look the least bit unusual to me.
Mark Feld* of Heritage Auctions*Unless otherwise noted, my posts here represent my personal opinions.
What @MFeld said.
Most everything in your pictures looks like circulation hits as stated by the above posts. If your fields look like the 2nd picture, that is attributed to a worn die - the die is starting to show metal flow lines during the minting process - metal flows towards the rim on a strike.
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It just did not look normal.
Someone must have used it as a lucky charm rubbing it for a wish.
Thanks for the reply's .
aybe a polishing buffer was used
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I agree with what @Jimnight said what @MFeld said.