This is related to bug 108691, another combination of the visibility + printability setting: the shape is visible, but in its properties, 'Print object' is unchecked, thus it's not supposed to be printed.
Currently in Calc this property is ignored, because it's stored in a different place compared to the visibility setting. For some basic details, see bug 108691 comment 4.
I assume the setting isn't used often.
Observed using LO 6.2 master daily build (18-09-07), 3.3.0 / Windows 7.
Created attachment 144756 [details]
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I don't see that Calc has such property not to print an object.
It might not be in Calc, but it exists in ODF (which doesn't matter when it comes to handling an XLSX file, but means the spec was created with this in mind):
The bug is still there in 22.214.171.124.alpha0+ (61b757f31f25cda6d595f64226181c7a82ce8d7f) / Ubuntu 19.04.
I guess the prio can be lowered, it's not a commonly used setting in MSO, either.