Hello Michele, welcome to these forums.
What an interesting and different problem or rather opportunity to have
First, cheese is in the end for eating and anything consumed should have an audit trail to avoid eating somehing that could poison you, but you should know this and I assume you know it's "lineage".
Second, cheese should be stored in a cool place like your fridge, assuming it is not as big a twin mattress
, you have it in your fridge. If so and still sealed then cheese aging is a slow process and no rush decisions need to be made.
Many commercial large cheeses are sealed in heavy gauge plastic, wax is really for smaller cheeses and for presentation, in fact many quality cheddars in stores are in bricks and sealed in plastic.
Why do you say it looks fresh, and can you describe the twin mattress look better or can you post a picture or email me and I'll post
Lastly, what are your long term plans, age long term and eat slowly, divide up and give to friends, (I once new a person who bought quality cheddar blocks and hid them in back of his friedge to age for 2-3 years).
Again, welcome . . .