In general, the wavy line machine cancel is the most common cancel in this era. Absolutely dirt-common.
However in this case it does merit a quick second look, note the wavy lines at the left end and the straight lines at the right end. This combination is characteristic of an Ielfield Postal Supply Corporation Type 1 cancel die used in just over 200 small towns across the US in the late 1920s onward. Here are three examples on cover showing the same transition:
Still, no extra value here beyond a normal common used stamp, for what you have shown. On a full cover it might fetch $2-3 from the machine cancel specialists or state postal history collectors.
It isn't on a full cover is it? (Hint, show images which include the full stamp including the perforations and little beyond.)