They didn't have any dollar rolls--but their small branch, 25 miles away, had 220 (two hundred and twenty!) rolls. There are 25 coins in a roll, so I picked up 8 rolls. I opened one roll of dollar coins--gosh, there were G8s and F12s and maybe even an AG3. I didn't know dollar coins could get such wear. Much as I don't like washing or even rinsing coins, these will need a gentle cleaning in the hands with a little bit of Ivory bar soap with a lukewarm rinse. But more than half of them were Presidential Dollars. Seven rolls to go. I'm going to write a quick note of thanks to the Bank President in thanks for the help of each teller. It's a bank where a person always answers the phone and there's never a line. Pretty amazing these days. The big bonus...the small branch gave me one of those neat cardboard low-cut boxes, they hold 10-12 rolls. I hear these are hard to get around here. So I didn't have to break my back. Just into Year 2 of the pension years--small trips like this are really relaxing and you meet nice people, and stops for lunch and at a bakery help the economy around here. In a totally different area of collecting--I'm reading about Vespasian and Justinian I. See the emperor before you buy his coin. And the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association journal came in the mail. There seems to be coin clubs and friendly people in Canada, and an emphasis on affordable coins. The history of Canada is amazing and I highly recommend doing some reading. Great hobby, lots of different things. Thanks to all for the postings on coin rolls: I tried to read as many as I can.