The New Hebrides are islands east of Australia. The island of New Caledonia lies between Australia and the New Hebrides. The New Hebrides achieved independence from European influence in 1980. These coins, minted in nickel, brass, and silver, were issued by the French.
The coins come in various denominations with a common obverse (the 'heads' side) and different reverses. All coins carry very low values, except the 100 francs coin.
1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 FRANCS (made of non-precious metal)
worn: less than $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: less than $1
well preserved: $1
fully uncirculated: $2
The 100 franc coin contains 0.6711 troy ounces of silver. To find its value, go to kitco.com to get the current price of silver. At this writing, the price is $19.90 US dollars per troy ounce. Now multiply the silver price by 0.6711 to get the value of the coin. E.g., 0.6711 x 19.90 = $13.35. If your coin is completely, fully uncirculated, add a few US dollars to the price.