In this Category Coins of East India Company are listed.The East India Company coins has long been known in the precious metal trade. It was and still is the only company in history to mint its own trading currency as it grew to become one of the largest bullion traders of its time.Much of The East India Company’s history has been captured in the immortal designs used in its coinage. These coins tell the story of a simple requirement to find a commodity with which to tempt its Eastern partners, a new coinage emerged, which eventually funded the very foundations of the British Empire.By the middle of the 17th century, The Company’s trade increasingly depended on the export of bullion from Britain to serve its needs. By 1677, it had become so influential that King Charles II granted it the right to mint its own currencies in the territory of Bombay, which it administered through an earlier grant of charter. Over time, this led to the emergence of over 14 mints in India, including those in Bombay, Calcutta, and Madras.
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