The half cent is the smallest denomination of United States coin minted. It was first minted in 1793 and last minted in 1857, it was minted with five different designs. First authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 on April 2, 1792, the coin was produced in the United States from 1793 to 1857; the half-cent piece was made of 100% copper and was valued at five milles, or one two-hundredth of a dollar. It was smaller than a modern U. S. quarter with diameters 22 mm, 23.5 mm and 23 mm. Coinage was discontinued by the Coinage Act of February 21, 1857, they were all produced at the Philadelphia Mint. There are several different types of half cents: Liberty Cap, Left - issued 1793 Liberty Cap, Right - issued 1794 to 1797 Draped Bust - issued 1800 to 1808 Classic Head - issued 1809 to 1836 Braided Hair - issued 1840 to 1857There are no mint marks on any of the coins and the edges are plain on most half cents. On the 1793, 1794 and some 1795 coins and a variety of the 1797 coin, it was lettered TWO HUNDRED FOR A DOLLAR and another 1797 variety had a gripped, or milled, edge.
Liberty Cap, Left 1793 - 35,334Liberty Cap, Right 1794 - 81,601 1795 - 139,690 1796 - 1,390 1797 - 127,840Draped Bust 1800 - 202,908 1802 - 20,266 1803 - 92,000 1804 - 1,055,312 1805 - 814,464 1806 - 356,000 1807 - 476,000 1808 - 400,000Classic Head 1809 - 1,154,572 1810 - 215,000 1811 - 63,140 1825 - 63,000 1826 - 234,000 1828 - 606,000 1829 - 487,000 1831 - 2,200 1832 - 51,000 1833 - 103,000 1834 - 141,000 1835 - 398,000 1836 - proof only, restrikes were made 1837 - No half cents were struck by the United States government. Braided Hair 1840 through 1849 were proof-only issues. There were restrikes made. 1849 - 39,864 1850 - 39,812 1851 - 147,672 1852 - proof only. Restrikes were made. 1853 - 129,694 1854 - 55,358 1855 - 56,500 1856 - 40,430 1857 - 35,180 Penny, the second smallest denomination of United States coin minted Half Cent information by year and type. Histories, mintages, metal contents, edge designs and more. Half Cent Pictures This half cent was the first coin donated to the American Numismatic Society The Half Cent Die State Book 1793-1857 by Ronald P. Manley, Ph.
D. 1998. American Half Cents - The "Little Half Sisters" by Roger S. Cohen, Jr. 1982. Walter Breen's Encyclopedia of United States Half Cents 1793-1857 by Walter Breen, 1983; the Half Cent, 1793-1857 The Story of American's Greatest Little Coin by William R. Eckberg, 2019
Theodore Evelyn Mosby is a fictional character and the protagonist in the U. S. television sitcom How I Met Your Mother, portrayed by Josh Radnor. Ted serves as the show's narrator from the future, voiced by Bob Saget, as he tells his children the "long version" of how he met their mother. Ted is the central character of the show. Born April 25, 1978, he is from Shaker Heights, Ohio, a graduate of Wesleyan University, an Eagle Scout, an architect. There is a possibility that Ted continued his education as an architect somewhere in New York City Columbia University. After his best friend, Marshall Eriksen, gets engaged in the pilot episode, Ted decides to try to find his soulmate; this quest informs the general direction of the show, along with Ted's relationship with Marshall, Marshall's wife Lily Aldrin, Ted's on/off girlfriend Robin Scherbatsky, his friend Barney Stinson. Ted's character is based on the show's creator, Carter Bays, with the friendship between him and fellow creator Craig Thomas being the base for the friendship between Ted and Marshall.
His personality is partially based on Ross Geller from the NBC sitcom Friends, including Ted's original profession as an archaeologist being similar to Ross' profession as a paleontologist. His profession was changed to be an architect, due to the writers having difficulties fitting his profession as an archaeologist in a New York setting. Ted is prone to questionable romantic gestures. In a similar vein, he dresses up as a "hanging chad" every year for Halloween, in the hopes of meeting "The Slutty Pumpkin," a woman dressed as a jack-o'-lantern whom he once met at a Halloween party. Ted describes himself as "half-Jewish", he is seen cheering for the Cleveland Indians when they play the New York Yankees at a baseball game. He and Marshall were randomly assigned as freshman-year roommates at Wesleyan, became best friends on a long, ill-fated road trip. In several episodes, Ted claims to have been "vomit-free since' 93". Ted knows French and sign language, has an annoying habit of correcting everything that people around him say.
As a child, he had a detective club called "The Mosby Boys", which consisted of him and his sister, Heather. Ted speaks and reads Spanish, albeit clumsily. Pablo Neruda is one of his favorite writers, he has a fondness for high culture such as classical literature and philosophy, has a tendency to become boring and pretentious when discussing it. In the pilot episode, Ted meets Robin at MacLaren's, the bar, they go on a date. They decide to be friends. Ted wins Robin over, they start dating, they break up at the end of the second season upon realizing. They remain friends, become roommates in the fourth and seventh seasons. Ted never quite gets over Robin, however, he is conflicted when she and Barney get engaged. On the day of Robin's wedding, she panics and tries to run off with him, but Ted knows it wouldn't work and tells her that he no longer feels that way about her; that night, Ted meets Tracy McConnell, they fall in love getting married. The series ends with Tracy having died six years before.
Ted's children encourage him to date Robin, he brings the Blue French Horn he stole for her on their first date to her apartment. However, in the official alternate ending of the show, it is revealed that Tracy is still alive, that she and Ted are married. Ted meets Tracy McConnell in 2013 after Barney and Robin's wedding, being the last of the gang to meet her Tracy and Ted meet while Ted is waiting for the train to the airport to take him to Chicago; the following night, Ted calls the two begin dating. Two years they get engaged and start to plan for a huge wedding. In 2015, they delay the wedding because she gets pregnant with Penny, they get married in 2020 and live together until Tracy dies in 2024. In the alternate ending, Tracy is still alive at the time how they met. Marshall is Ted's best friend, their relationship is a core element within the series, with them being at odds and sharing common interests in a wide variety of things the film Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. They were roommates in college, became best friends following an ill-fated road trip.
By the time Ted tells his children the story, he and Marshall have been friends for 34 years. Marshall has always had faith in Ted's relationship with Robin, as well, enco
The stronghold of Cherven was one of the Second Bulgarian Empire's primary military, administrative and cultural centres between the 12th and the 14th century. The ruins of the fortress are located near the village of the same name 30 to 35 kilometres south of Rousse, northeastern Bulgaria; the town was a successor to an earlier Byzantine fortress of the 6th century, but the area has been inhabited since the arrival of the Thracians. Cherven was first mentioned in the 11th century in an Old Bulgarian apocryphal chronicle, it gained importance after 1235, when it became the seat of the medieval Bulgarian Orthodox Bishopric of Cherven. It was affected by the Mongol Golden Horde raids in 1242 and was conquered by Byzantine troops during the reign of Tsar Ivailo. During the second half of the 14th century, the stronghold's area exceeded 1 square kilometre and had intensive urban development, including a fortified inner city on vast rock ground in one of the Cherni Lom river's bends, an outer city at the foot of the rocks and on the neighbouring hills.
The town had a complex fortification system and was built up. Cherven grew to become a centre of craftsmanship in the 14th century, with iron extraction, goldsmithing and arts being well developed; the town was an important junction of roads from the Danube to the country's interior, which made the town a key centre of trade. Cherven was conquered by the Ottoman Turks in 1388 during the Bulgarian-Ottoman Wars retaining its administrative functions but declining in importance; the modern village of Cherven located close to the ruins of the fortress has, as of September 2005, 302 inhabitants. Cherven Peak on Rugged Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica is named after Cherven; the remains of the medieval town of Cherven are an archaeological site of great importance to the research of Bulgarian culture of the Middle Ages. The first excavations were carried out in 1910–1911 under professor Vasil Zlatarski, while regular research on the site began in 1961. Archaeological work is being conducted by Stoyan Yordanov of the Rousse Regional Museum of History.
Yordanov has over 30 years of experience working at Cherven, leads excavations atop the Cherven old town site every summer. A large feudal palace with fortified walls reaching up to 3 metres wide, two well-preserved underground water supply passages, 13 churches and residential buildings and streets have been excavated; the three-storey tower, 12 metres high, from the 14th century has been preserved and was used as a model for the reconstruction of Baldwin's Tower in Tsarevets, Veliko Tarnovo, in 1930. The site is a popular tourist attraction. "Castle "Cherven"". Професионална гимназия по строителство, архитектура и геодезия "Пеньо Пенев" — Русе. Archived from the original on 6 January 2010. Retrieved 23 November 2009