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  1. An Unrivaled Heritage. The East India Company Collections captures remarkable stories, anniversaries and unique moments in time. We preserve, honour and celebrate these stories on precious metal legal tender coins combining traditional hand-crafted skills passed down from generations of expert engravers with the latest modern techniques to create coin collections our customers can cherish ...

  2. East India Company - Ottawa Centre 210 Somerset Street West Ottawa Ontario 613-567-4634. East India Company - Ottawa West 1993 Robertson Road

  3. Jan 29, 2020 · The East India Company In the Early 1800s . The successor to Hastings, Lord Cornwallis (who is remembered in America for having surrendered to George Washington during his military service in the American War of Independence) served as governor-general from 1786 to 1793.

  4. Robert Ingpen, National Library of Australia, nla.obj-138210565. The British East India Company was a private corporation formed in December 1600 to establish a British presence in the lucrative Indian spice trade, which until then had been monopolized by Spain and Portugal.

  5. Sep 06, 2019 · The East India Company’s royal charter gave it the ability to “wage war,” and initially it used military force to protect itself and fight rival traders. In 1757, however, it seized control ...

  6. Sep 05, 2022 · Dutch East India Company, byname of United East India Company, Dutch Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, trading company founded in the Dutch Republic (present-day Netherlands) in 1602 to protect that state’s trade in the Indian Ocean and to assist in the Dutch war of independence from Spain. The company prospered through most of the 17th century as the instrument of the powerful Dutch ...

  7. The East India Trading Company, otherwise referred to as the East India Company or abbreviated as EITC, was a British joint-stock company and megacorporation formed for pursuing and monopolizing trade with the Indian subcontinent and East Indies, and later expanded to China and the Caribbean. The East India Company traded mainly in cotton, silk, indigo dye, salt, saltpetre, tea and opium. The ...

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