A commemorative "British colonization medal" struck by Charles I in 1670

Source: http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/yorkcoins/store/viewItem.asp?idProduct=1864&large=1
(downloaded Sept. 2006)

"ENGLAND, Charles I (1625-1649), British Colonization, 1670, Silver Medal, 47mm, by John Roettier, conjoined busts of Charles II and Catherine of Braganza (who brought Bombay in her dowry) right, he cuirassed, her draped, CAROLVS  ET CATHARINA REX ET REGINA, rev., a globe, showing South America, the Eastern Seaboard of North America, Africa, Western Eurasia, India and the Southern Continent (Australia and Antarctica as one landmass), DIFFVSVS IN ORBE BRITANNVS 1670 (The Briton spread over the world)."

*"The East India Company coat of arms, originally hung above the chairman's seat in the Directors Court Room at East India House, Leadenhall Street. Wood, painted and gilded. Production:  c.1730."* (BL)

*"1754 -- A List of SHIPS Abroad in the United East-India Company's service"*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2013

*"First flag of the United States" (wiki)-- probably derived from the East India Company's flag*

Two early London landmarks, in a copperplate engraving, 1776; *another version of the print, from 1805*

Source: ebay, Aug. 2005

A token from 1793, showing the East India Company's "bale mark" on the right face

"Britain: Lancashire, Manchester Halfpenny Condor Token, 1793, East India Company. Town arms of Manchester. (Note Griffins and little camel, top). "Manchester Promissory Halfpenny", "1793" in exergue / Bale mark of the East India Company. 'Payable At In. Fieldings Grocer And Tea Dealer'."

*India House, London: The Sale Room, 1808 (with an auction going on), an etching with watercolor by Thomas Rowlandson* (FAMSF); *a very large scan of this etching*

Lavish gifts of perfume prepared for the Emperor of China, as part of a bid for an enhanced trade relationship (Ackerman, 1816); *explanatory text*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2007

*View of East India House, an aquatint by Joseph Hosmer Shepherd, 1817* (BL)

*"The East India House," by J. Greig, 1817*; also: *"West India Import Dock," by I. C. Varrall, 1817*

Source: ebay, Jan. 2007

Uniforms of the East India Service, c. 1820: Captain and First Officer

Source: ebay, Dec. 2001

*East India House, in a French engraving, 1844*; also, *East India Company docks*

Source: ebay, Apr. 2007

*"The Canterbury association ships 'Bangalore', 'Dominion', 'Duke of Portlant', 'Lady Nugent', and 'Canterbury', in the East India Docks," Illustrated London News, 1851*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2009

*"Accident at the entry docks of the East India Docks, Blackwell," Illustrated London News, 1858*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2009

*"Fancy bazaar on board the "Monarch" and "Agamemnon," in the East India Docks, for the benefit of the Merchant Seaman's Asylum," a print from 1859*

Source: ebay, Jan. 2012

*"The New India Museum, Whitehall-yard," and "East India House, Leadenhall Street," from the Illustrated London News, 1861*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2009

"Unloading tea-ships in the East India docks," from the Illustrated London News, 1867

Source: ebay, Apr. 2007

*"The new Foreign and India Office: the Quadrangle," from the Illustrated London News, 1868*

Source: ebay, Jan. 2010

*"New Dock-House of the East and West India Dock Company, in Billiter-Square," from the Illustrated London News, 1877*

Source: ebay, Sept. 2009

*A map of the East India dock area in London, 1888*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2007

And in the US: "India Wharf" Stores, Boston; *a view from 1935*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2013

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