Thanks for the comments! When looking for these, I have found I am becoming more paranoid about cleaned coins. On larger coins, it is easier for me to tell what may or may not be normal circulation marks, but with these and the 10 cent pieces I've been looking at, there is so little real estate that normal contact marks can look to correlate as if they were from abrasive cleaning.
Of course, I'm looking for as much original luster as possible, but in the end I would rather have a dark coin with original surfaces than a bright coin that has been cleaned (as I'm sure most collectors would).
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