Picture 2 top "circle" mark in question, it's a curl. It's the only one detailed enough to see. But I'd bet they all are curls. On second view of picture 2 bottom "circle" that is also a curl. You may be right.
Ah, ok. Got it. Makes sense because these all came from the same mint. I thought you meant circulating wear. My mistake and apologies. Thanks! That really makes sense now. Does this diminish a coin if by chance one has an actual error?
I agree and thank you. It's hard to decide which site has the more accurate information regarding desirable and valuable. Sone list coins that I actually own for thousands but after posting here it's just a common coin. I believe this site over YouTube or TikTok nonsense but other sites have different opinions also. So it's rather confusing. And I really don't want look over anything worth desire to collections or the coin community in a whole. I understand that some sites don't offee value. Some do.
... most valued errors and varieties? I mean, I've seen lots of different errors and varieties posted here but the final opinions are mostly "not valuable" or "cool but just a spender", etc... Pouring over thousands of coins for a minimal DDO or DDR or a Die Chip is exciting but it seems more of an effort in futility if I don't know what is desirable and valuable. Thanks for reading!
@HGK3 I don't necessarily agree with that. These coins are hardly circulated as you may think. And the marks are more prominent on the reverse portion of the collar on 95% of the roll. These marks are not random wear from being circulated. Nearly the entire roll is like this, bright and shiny.