Each penny made after 1982 weighs 2.5g and there are 50 pennies per roll. 50 x 2.5g = 125 grams or 4.40925 Oz. Let's round that to 4.4oz to make it simple.
Here’s a quick run-down of the current coins in circulation, how many of each comes in or fits into a coin roll, and the total value of that roll:
|Coin||Coins Per Roll||Roll Total Value|
|Penny (1 cent piece)||50||$0.50|
|Nickel (5 cent piece)||40||$2|
|Dime (10 cent piece)||50||$5|
|Quarter (25 cent piece)||40||$10|
|Kennedy Half-dollar (50 cent piece)||20||$10|
|Native American One Dollar (1 dollar piece)||25||$25|
|Presidential One Dollar ($1 piece)||25||$25|
Banks will provide you with filled rolls of coins in all denominations that are currently in circulation. And you can easily obtain your own empty coin rolls to make organizing your coins a bit easier. So the best place to get them is at any local bank. Your local bank will even give these to you for free. They may have a limit on how many they can give you, however, so you may need to visit multiple banks.