Most likely yes. The golden hue is rather common on these shield cents. I assume they're more prone to such toning based on their material makeup.
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If you wish to stop further toning to brown, it needs to be in a very close fitting airtight hard clear acrylic capsule. You still will be able to get a very small capsule into a 2x2 flip with a large crown sized window, and thus into a 20 pocket coin album.
In decades time, nice eye appeal will increase relative value compared to a high MS brown shield Cent.