Of course not,the original,common russian soviet coin (USSR = CCCP = SSSR) didn't look like your coin! But,as I am not a specialist in minting processes & their possible faults,I cannot tell you what happened to your coin... This means that the damage on one coin's sides is a minting process ERROR or if this is a post-minting damage (made by a machine or by man's hand).
I don't know the type or year but this was hollowed out by a lathe in a garage or machine shop. There are US Trade dollars, and others, that were made into 2 pieces that fit together perfectly to hide contraband such as opium or really anything, some were made better than others but this one I can't see this being a well made hidey hole, those are lathe marks though, or several sized hole saw cuts but I don't see a lot of damage on the opposite side where it would have been held in place on the lathe as it spun. My 2 cents.