1. Make a cuppa Yorkshire tea (sometimes a glass of white wine will do too). 2. Have my coin supplies and the coin mailer ready to go on the desk. 3. 'Unbox' the coin. 4. Weigh it. 5. Pull the needed references from the bookshelf and attribute. 6. Write the attribution on a coin envelope. 7. Place it in the coin box for recent arrivals. 8. Insert a print-off of the coin in the appropriate 3 ringed binder with date of purchase, provenance, and the amount paid. The binders and coin boxes are organised by RIC or RPC catalogue numbers. 9. Do a brief write-up about the piece and post it online. Vespasian Æ As, 9.19g Rome mint, 71 AD Obv: IMP CAES VESPASIAN AVG COS III; Head of Vespasian, laureate, r. Rev: CONCORDIA AVGVST; S C in exergue; Concordia std. l., with patera over altar and cornucopiae RIC 292 (R2). BMC p. 130 *. BNC -. Acquired from Musa, December 2019. The seated Concordia type is more frequently encountered on the dupondii and rarely on the As issues. This As featuring Concordia and an altar is quite rare, with RIC citing only one specimen in Stockholm. Mattingly mistakenly conjectured the type was possibly struck at Tarraco (BMC p. 130). The style, however, is unabashedly Rome mint. Mattingly also speculated the type 'stands for harmony in the imperial house'. So, that's my normal coining ritual, what's yours?