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Unfortunately no. They're struck without a date so there's no "series" to collect. They might turn up in a dealer's grab box for a quarter or so.

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Q: Is there any value on a one cent planchet that was included in the official US mint sets to fill the sixth space in the package when only 5 coins were made?
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