Coin Types from Vanuatu

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New HebridesBanknotes

 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
$ km4.1 1 Franc (1970)
$ km4.2 1 Franc (1975-1982) IEOM added Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km5.1 2 Francs (1970) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km5.2 2 Francs (1973-1982) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km6.1 5 Francs (1970) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km6.2 5 Francs (1975-1982) IEOM added Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km2.1 10 Francs (1967,1970) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km2.2 10 Francs (1973-1982) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km3.1 20 Francs (1967,1970) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km3.2 20 Francs (1973-1982) From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
$ km7 50 Francs (1972) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km1 100 Francs (1966,1979) ASW=0.6711 Image from Vladimir Startsev

VanuatuBanknotes

 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
$ km3 1 Vatu (1983-2002)
$ km4 2 Vatu (1983-2002)
$ km5 5 Vatu (1983-2009)
   new 5 Vatu (2015) From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
$ km6 10 Vatu (1983-2009)
   new 10 Vatu (2015) From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
$ km7 20 Vatu (1983-2010)
   new 20 Vatu (2015) From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
$ km1 50 Vatu (1981) Anniv. Of Independence From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
$ km8 50 Vatu (1983-2009) FAO
$ km10 50 Vatu (1988) Olympic Boxing ASW=1.0111 Image from Kestutis Vitkevicius
$ km13 50 Vatu (1992) Earth Pigeons ASW=0.9359 Image from Kestutis Vitkevicius
$ km14 50 Vatu (1992) Olympic Canoers ASW=0.9359 Image from Kestutis Vitkevicius
   new 50 Vatu (2015) From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
$ km9 100 Vatu (1988-2008) sprouting coconuts
   new 100 Vatu (2015) From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy

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This is my collection of world coins. Here you will find foreign coin photos, coin values and other information useful for coin collecting. Some coins came from the coin mint, some came from coin dealers, some came from coin auction. Some are stored in coin folders, others are stored using other coin supplies. Many of these coins are silver coins and a few are gold coins. This information is useful for coin collecting software and cataloging coin types and coin values in U.S. dollars.