Hard to believe this is a mint error with the wavy surface. How could a
coin wrapping machine miss that one? Wouldn't that coin get jammed in
the machine or even the entire roll be sent for re-roll due to excess
width caused by that additional horizontal space? High final price for
a coin that looks like it got run over by a lawnmower. Of course, a
feedback score of 10 doesn't give me a lot of confidence.
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> There is a good possibility that the seller did find the coin in a
> roll. Many of the boxes previously searched have been rerolled &
> reboxed. This brings up a question: If a roll with this type of
> were submitted to a grading service, would they slab it as "First Day
> of Issue" damaged at the Mint???