Sure. Here are some quick ones. The lighting is different, but you can see the areas where my hands touch it the most have a matte look. Oh, and the brass has darkened a bit and is taking on more of a dark amber tone. The photos don't show it well.
I've had this horn about a month. I've had a couple of unlacquered horns, so I know this process with continue indefinitely. How far it progresses depends on different factors like how much you clean it. I am pretty fussy about wiping it down and apply a layer of Lemon Pledge once a week or so.
The extra maintenance is no biggie to me. No different to keeping my flute shiny.
I don't know if this is your first unlacquered horn, but it will accumulate some streaks no matter how much you clean it. That's the nature of the beast, but you can still keep unlacquered pretty horns clean if you don't mind a little extra upkeep.