New Hebrides Franc

New Hebrides Franc

The franc was the currency of the Anglo-French Condominium of the Pacific island group of the New Hebrides (which became Vanuatu in 1980). It circulated alongside British and later Australian currency. The New Hebrides franc was nominally divided into 100 centimes, although the smallest denomination was the 1 franc. Between 1945 and 1969, it was part of the CFP franc.

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