How Many Coins in a Roll?


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Have you got a roll or security bag of coins and don’t know how any coins are in the roll? Here’s a handy list for reference.

1 Cent roll- 50 coins face value 50 cents
2 Cent roll- 50 coins face value $1
5 Cent roll- 40 coins face value $2
10 Cent roll- 40 coins face value $4
20 Cent roll- 20 coins face value $4
50 Cent roll- 20 coins face value $10
1 Dollar roll- 20 coins face value $20
2 Dollar roll- 25 coins face value $50

Guaranteed NEW coins in the roll?
To be certain of new coins in the rolls only purchase Royal Australian Mint rolls or Reserve Bank rolls. Quite often new coins are found in security company rolls such as Armaguard, Brambles, Chubb, Brinks or Prosegur but it’s not a 100% certainty, you need to check with the source or the seller to give yourself peace of mind. Even then the ultimate peace of mind is opening the roll -but then you don’t have a roll of coins!

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