It takes a lot of metal to fill Washington's head on the obv if the planchet is a little light, this is where it shows. I kept a lot of these when they first came out, until someone explained it to me.
INB is what is called a "basement slabber". (Basement slabber = they pretty much just slab their own coins in cheap generic shells with inflated grades to be sold to new collectors who don't know the difference.) The MS-70 grade is NOT to be believed and would most likely come back from NGC as no better than a 65. So you would be spending $35 to $50 to grade a coin worth $10 or less.