Paper rolls are very important and useful when handling large amounts of money. there are a number of designs and companies that have made them over the years and some times they can provide an interesting story or part of history associated with them. wrappers have been used for a very long time but most of them decay and corrode while the coins live on. i couldn't pin point when the first coin wrappers were used but they definitely date back to 1909.
besides for coins i also have a small collection of coin rolls that i have accumulated from the bank and my grandparents. most of them are new and common to find at banks but others are made from companies that have changed their design or are out of business. the red cent roll is from my grandmother who had an unopened in 60 years wheat penny roll that was taped due to the wearing material (all common date wheats inside). another roll that is interesting is the 1$ nickel roll. it is unused and has the location of where it is from. i have seen similar rolls on the internet of different denominations that are half a regular roll like a 25 cent penny roll. i also have a ike dollar roll, that is not made any more and pretty cool (in fact i have around 10 of them lying around).
what other interesting paper rolls have you found that are different or unique?