I was never into errors either as a toddler, nor when I started getting back into collecting again 30 years later. However, for reasons I can't explain, I like unstruck blanks & planchets. I have a 90% ASE on the way as well as a nice Large Cent Copper and type 2 steel cent. Special thanks to honest men and expert dealers, like Fred Weinberg and John Sullivan, for helping me get started and taking the time to chat on the phone. Also to David Setree and Paddyman98 for their advice and time to help me. Here they are: Type 1 (no upset rim) on top and Type 2 (with rim) on the bottom. Pennies: Coper types 1 & 2; Steel type 1; Unplated copper types 1 & 2; Zinc-plated copper type 2 (I was told there are zero known type 1s). Nickel: Types 1 & 2 (a silver one hopefully added some day...) Dimes: Clad, types 1 & 2; 90% silver, type 2 Quarters (clad): Types 1 & 2 Kennedy Halves: Clad, types 1 & 2; 90% silver, type 2 Eisenhower $1: Clad, types 1& 2 Susan B. Anthony $1 (clad): Types 1 and 2 (no silver minted for this issue except for stamped errors) Sacagawea/Presidential $1 (clad only): Types 1 & 2 That's it so far. More to come in the next few weeks. I don't collect proofs so they won't be a part of it...(...yet?) I also learned there is actually a 40% silver quarter blank/planchet as that is the makeup of the bicentennial quarter.....ugh...as if the silver-alloy war nickel won't be hard enough to find! Hope you all enjoyed this!