Thankfully the coin was removed unharmed and is now in a safer place. Paper envelopes encourage the handling of one's coins, which is what this glorious hobby is all about. Plus, envelopes are so much cheaper than plastic flips! I ask you, which is more aesthetically pleasing, traditional paper or plastic? Oh, and here is the coin. Titus Æ As, 12.12g Rome mint, 80-81 AD Obv: IMP T CAES VESP AVG P M TR P COS VIII; Head of Titus, laureate, bearded, l. Rev: PAX AVGVST; S C in field; Pax stg. l., with branch and caduceus RIC 230 (C). BMC 212. BNC 219. Acquired from London Ancient Coins, November 2019. A common carry-over Pax type from Vespasian's reign. She is seen here with an olive branch and Felicitas' caduceus. The perennial propaganda value of advertising and taking credit for peace on the coinage cannot be underestimated. NB: No offence is intended towards those who have chosen plastics flips. I just personally can't abide them.