The Cotton & Co coin rolling program (in partnership with Imperial Coins) is a first in Australian numismatics. We offer coin rolling and coin roll certification for all Australian uncirculated coins, bringing structure and security to the coin roll collecting community.
Cotton & Co will issue coin rolls on new releases from the Royal Australian Mint, and will also be re-rolling historic and earlier issues with the aim of continually expanding the Cotton & Co Australian coin roll range. Shop the range here.
This service aims to improve quality, consistency, and security within the collectable coin roll industry.
Quality and authenticity of all coin rolls by Cotton & Co are ensured. All coin rolls are wrapped in the official Cotton & Co. archival-quality roll paper and are secured with the Cotton & Co. tamper-proof holographic sea
WHY CHOOSE OUR COIN ROLLING SERVICE
HOW TO MAKE AN SUBMISSION
To make a coin rolling submission, simply download the Imperial Coins coin rolling submission form and follow the instructions below for further directions. If you would like to book a one on one in person consultation with a coin expert please click request consult button below.
ADDITIONAL CHARGES APPLY IF:
Imperial coins will inspect the coins to confirm they are consistent prior
to rolling. Any coins that are not consistent will be rejected and returned to the submitter. Standard
service fees will still apply.
Any coins that need to be manually hand fed will incur a premium of $50 per roll. Please see the FAQ's below for a list of these coins.
An additional fee of $10 per roll will be charged if the coins submitted require Imperial Coins to remove them from packaging, for example, mint sets.
Imperial Coins will provide replacement coins at the current market value, if available and requested by the Submitter.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
The estimated processing time is 10 business days. Please allow additional transit time if you choose to have your order posted.
HOW THE COIN ROLLING PROCESS WORKS
We guarantee the quality and worth of each coin set that is rolled. The entire coin rolling process, from start to finish, is carried out within Imperial Coins headquarters under video surveillance.