I only have one of the 1940 P wheat cent reverse, brown coin roll, consisting of fifty coins left in inventory, which probably would grade as EF 20-30. I have to admit I’m not a numismatist and so I fully admit to not being an expert grader. I do tend to be a bit hard on a coin, so these could actually be a bit better than I have stated. The roll would arrive in a plastic tube, not a paper roll and I will double-check the count to make sure there are truly 50 coins in your tube.
Thinking about it, all these coins were minted in Philadelphia just before our participation in WWII, which makes them extremely historic and probably well-traveled. They might have even made the journey to Berlin or the Pacific theater and back again. Interesting to think about, isn’t it?