It's worth the money if you are assembling a grading set. This one is just about a poster child for "AU slider," what will eventually become the EF-48 pinpoint grade.
If it falls on the EF side of the line, it's market acceptable. If it falls on the AU side, it's about 50-50 to be detailed because of the obverse rim and reverse contact marks. Note the excessive die polishing to eliminate the heavy die clashing. The tip of the second feather has been compromised by polishing, and the buffalo's right rear leg has received similar treatment.
I can't tell from the pics whether this one has been cleaned. Most of the scratches in the fields are from the overly enthusiastic die polishing. (Moral of the story: never let a production floor apprentice have a wire brush.) Eye appeal is fairly low on this coin. I'd pass on it on a bourse floor.