The bank we use has a "change request form" for businesses to use. There's a grid for bills and a grid for coins, each with their own subtotal box, and a grand total box at the bottom.
In the coin request box, they have a column for "number of rolls" and a column for "dollar amount." So, for quarters I might list 3 rolls, $30. For dimes, 2 rolls, $10.
For pennies, I often request 4 rolls, $2. For some bizarre reason, the bank tellers are often confused, and I have no idea why. It's their form! They're used to dealing with rolls of coin!
But time and time again, I've had tellers pause when they get to the pennies, as they try to figure out how many rolls to give me. (Here's a hint: Look at the number in the "number of rolls" column!)
Once I even had a teller think that I gave her too much money, because she looked at the dollar amount and thought that was the number of rolls.