3 edition of Note on the history of the East India Company coinage from 1753-1835. found in the catalog.
Note on the history of the East India Company coinage from 1753-1835.
|Statement||By Edgar Thurston ...|
|Contributions||East India Company|
|LC Classifications||HG1233 .T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 33 p.|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||22014012|
In The East India Company, Ian Barrow elucidates the birth, reign, and death of one of the most formidable commerce companies in the history of the Western world."--Provided by publisher. "In existence for years, the English East India Company . The East India Company, – A Short History with Documents (Passages: Key Moments in History) - Kindle edition by Barrow, Ian. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The East India Company, – A Short History with Documents (Passages: Key Moments in History).Reviews: 5.
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The expansionist policies of the British East India Company had led to a shortage of gold and silver bullion in Bengal. Faced with a looming credit crisis, the British decided to introduce paper currency, to ensure payments to its employees living in far flung areas. The saga of India’s first currency note, is interesting. Hindu coins of Medieval India () Sultanates () Mughals () Independent Kingdoms () Indian Princely States () East India Company () British India () Republic India (1) Medals Tokens Badges (22) Indo Dutch (8) Indo Portuguese (19) Foreign Coins Notes & Stamps (12).
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The East India Company's merchant mark consisted of a "Sign of Four" atop a heart within which was a saltire between the lower arms of which were the initials "EIC". This mark was a central motif of the East India Company's coinage and forms the central emblem displayed on Headquarters: London, Great Britain.
Note on the history of the East India Company coinage from Edgar Thurston and East India Company. Abstract "Reprinted from the Journal, Asiatic society of Bengal, vol. LXII, part 1, no. 1, "Mode of access: Internet Topics: Coinage.
Publisher: Calcutta, Printed at the Baptist Mission Press, Year: Octo – Dr. Paul Stevens’ first book, ‘The Coins of the Bengal Presidency’ is an essential reference work for anyone interested in this period of Indian history, British colonial history and East India Company coinage.
The first of a planned three part series on the coins of the East India Company, this will be the new. The Dutch East India Company, officially the United East India Company (Dutch: Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie; VOC; Indonesian: Kompeni), was a megacorporation founded by a government-directed amalgamation of several rival Dutch trading companies (voorcompagnieën) in the early 17th century.
It was established on 20 Marchas a chartered company to trade with Mughal India. The East India Company was an English company formed for the exploitation of trade with East and Southeast Asia and orated by royal charter on Decemit was started as a monopolistic trading body so that England could participate in the East Indian spice also traded cotton, silk, indigo, saltpeter, and tea and transported slaves.
coins of colonial india - coinage of east india Back in the 17th century, it all started with trade with a good intent by the East India Company initially but later, slowly they moved on to form larger colonies, almost to cover the entire subcontinent.
East India Company: The most important of the various East India companies, this company was a major force in the history of India for more than years. The original charter was granted by Queen Elizabeth I on Decemunder the title of "The Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies".
The single coinage for the East India Company consisted of Copper coins (1/12, quater and half annas), silver coins (quarter, half and one rupee) and gold mohurs (one and two rupees).
In silver two annas were added. This coinage continued even after the East India Company was taken over by the Crown and these coins were issued till The East India Company was a private company which, after a long series of wars and diplomatic efforts, came to rule India in the 19th century.
Chartered by Queen Elizabeth I on Decemthe original company comprised a group of London merchants who hoped to trade for spices at islands in present day Indonesia. Currency in Early British Days 5. From a Double Standard to a Silver Standard 6. Note on the History of East India Company Coinage from 7.
The Changing Monetary System in Bengal during the British Rule 8. Observations on the Copper Coinage Wanted for the Circars 9. The Substitution of Silver for Gold in the Currency of South India Moreover, a few other coins with the East India Company emblem on the front and religious motifs of Buddha, Saraswati, Ganesh, Shiva and Hanuman on the reverse, are also fake.
(image 2) BOOM wishes to clarify that coins with religious motifs have existed in pre-colonial era and in the Princely States, but the claim that the East India Co. Dated and inscribed East India Company on the obverse and depicting two lions on each side of a shield with two flags and a knights helmet and on the reverse at the bottom "X CASH" - the Persian writing translated meaning 'under the patronage of the King and Parliament of England' - this bronze coin is 1" in diameter and is a genuine shipwreck coin from the "Admiral Gardner" which sank on.
I am happy for The East India Company to contact me by email to notify me when this product comes back into stock SKU: FGBK Categories: Books, Gold & Silver Coins This catalogue presents a list of all coins known to have been issued by the East India Company for use in their Presidencies of Bengal, Bombay and Madras.
Note on the History of the East India Company Coinage from (Hardback) Edgar Thurston £ Hardback. Edgar Thurston’s most popular book is Omens And Superstitions Of Southern India. Note on the History of the East India Company Coinage from by.
Edgar Thurston, History of the Coinage of the Territories of the East India Company in the Indian Peninsula. An East India Company ruling dated 22 April specified that "The year of the dies will represent the era of the alteration of the coins and will not need to be changed until a new coin shall be ordered to be struck".
This ruling was applied to the Straits issue, it. Note on the history of the East India Company coinage from by Edgar Thurston 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Their coinage was divided in two separate entities – local coinage in each area and british rupees and annas.
The last being minted under the authority of the Honourable British East India Company and after Queen Victoria took rule. THE UNIFORM COINAGE OF INDIA – A Catalogue and Price List By Paul Stevens and Randy Weir Published by Spink Crown quarto, pp.
xii, Illustrated in colour. Casebound. Price £75 (plus postage and packing) This new book is based upon the work of Major F. Pridmore (The Coins of the British Commonwealth of 4, India. Background of East India Company The East India Company was a British joint stock company created to carry out trade with countries in the east, but it mainly traded with Indian subcontinent.
By the midthe company had a strong footing in India and had over 23 factories by Mints and Coinage of East India Company.Thurston, Edgar, Note on the history of the East India Company coinage from (Calcutta, Printed at the Baptist Mission Press, ), also by East India Company (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).