Type 2. Up to a certain temperature and at a particular field strength, these have normal superconductivity. Then, rather than this property suddenly disappearing at higher field strengths, some superconductivity remains, in other words the applied magnetic field penetrates the metal to some extent. The transition to being non-superconducting is more gradual but it does eventually stop at an upper critical temperature. Most alloys and ceramic superconductors are Type 2.