Hey John1....interesting. So looking at the Cello serrations, they would match the imprint on the coin is what I think you are saying. Then they must have destroyed the original cello, because the one its sealed in is perfect. No indication of damage. Then again, I don't know how the seal these. I assume they get thrown in bins coming out of pressing. Then a human grabs it up, and brings to a sealing machine? And that's where they balled it up? Makes sense. Surprised they did not realize they sandwiched this coin, damaged, and did not discard. Meh. Who knows. But good eye/call if true.