Periodically, the question is asked about which storage method is preferred. Why not go full on old school and store them the Roman way? Praedia of Julia Felix, Pompeii. Aurei and denarii on the right, bronze on the left. New arrivals yet to be attributed in the centre pouch. Coin records below. Hassle free and cheap. Ah, if only it was that easy! Even so, I suppose I'll stick with my paper envelopes and red coin boxes. And to keep it coin legal - A denarius struck around the time of Mount Vesuvius' eruption in late summer/early autumn 79. Appropriately, Bonus Eventus. Titus AR Denarius, 3.31g Rome Mint, 79 - 80 AD RIC 89 (C). BMC 106. RSC 25. Obv: IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG PM•; Head of Titus, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: BONVS EVEN-TVS AVGVSTI; Bonus Eventus, a naked youth, standing l., holding patera in extended r. hand and corn-ears and poppy in l.