No, this is what you expect from a hand-painted guitar. Robots are perfect, humans aren't. To the OP; it's not uncommon. Possibly the binding tape overlapped the body a little, and it would normally be covered by the pickguard anyway. My 2007 Historic has something funky going on where the headstock meets the nut: I think it's actually just buffing compound, but I've never even bothered to touch it. The finish is also a little thin at the neck pocket and a few edges of the body. Frankly, it's part of the charm IMO. Anyone who has experience with a "golden era" Gibson from the '50s-'60s will tell you they came with plenty of flaws from the factory as well.