An empty paper envelope.
Before the glorious days of email, letters were sent in flat paper packages called envelopes. Envelopes have a small compartment where the letter or card was inserted. This was sealed with a flap, using glue, tape, or saliva. A mail stamp to identify its nationality is placed on the top-right, and the addressee's address in the center. Envelopes are then placed in a mailbox for a mail carrier to pick up.
Found in post offices, mailboxes, and paper recycling bins.
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