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About East India Company

East India Company coins have long been known in the precious metals trade. It has remained the only company in history to mint its trading coin as it grew to become one of the largest bullion dealers of its time.

Much of the history of The East India Company has been captured in the immortal designs used on its coinage. These coins tell the story of a simple requirement to find a commodity with which to tempt their eastern partners. A new mintage arose, ultimately financing the very foundations of the British Empire.

Popular Series From East India Company

Queen’s Virtues

The Queen Virtues series is a series of six coins from The East India Company and is a tribute to Virtues of a Queen, with each release symbolizing one of the virtues of victory, truth, charity, justice, and courage. The second release in this series celebrates the Virtue of Truth. The coins are released in BU and proof finishes in gold and silver.

Trade Dollar

The Silver Trade Dollar was minted in response to the large silver coins of other nations circulating freely in the Far East. Often these coins were stamps of approval with minor Chinese characters, called ‘chop marks.’ These cuts signified that a merchant had accepted the currency at its silver value and often attested to the purity of the coins. William Barber designed it, and in 1887, the US government redeemed all reserves for trade dollars. The obverse detail a seated Liberty on bales of cotton. She is looking to the left towards the East. His left hand holds a ribbon inscribed "Freedom", while his right-hand holds up an olive branch symbolizing peace. The 13 stars on the perimeter of the coin represent the original 13 colonies.

The reverse depicts a perched eagle with raised wings. Clutched in the eagle's talons is a cluster of arrows and an olive branch, representing war and peace.

East India Company’s Coin History

The history of The East India Company and its coinage dates back to 1601, when, under a royal charter from Queen Elizabeth I, its first ships sailed east with cargoes of heavy cloth and £6,000 in specially minted silver coins with the Queen emblem.

As its reach expanded over the centuries, The Company's coinage became the foundation of trade throughout the emerging Empire in the East. The only company to acquire the right to issue its coins, it created the monetary system in India that would last until independence in 1947.

Much of its history has been detained in the immortal designs of its coins. These coins tell the story of how a group of merchants created a company that far exceeded the sum of their ambitions, uniting distant markets and building and maintaining an empire.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the currency of the East India Company?

In December 1672, the East India Company opened a mint in Bombay, and European-style gold, silver, copper, and tin coins were minted. The gold coin was called the Carolina, the silver coin the Angelina, the copper coin the Copperoon, and the tin coin the Tinny.

  1.  What is East India Company mint?

Major mints in the west responsible for issuing coins for the East India Company included Surat, Bombay (Mumbai), and Ahmedabad. From 1621 to 1800, the English sent their precious metal bullion to the Nawab-controlled mint of Surat to be minted into local gold mohurs and silver rupees.

  1. Where are East India Company coins minted?

Mints produced coins issued by the EIC throughout India and at the Soho Mint near Birmingham, England. The EIC stopped this system in 1835 & adopted a unified system of coinage throughout British India. Coins issued after 1857 were under the monarch's authority when India became part of the British Empire.

  1. When did India mint the first coin?

The earliest PMC coins in India may have been minted around the 6th century BC. C. by the Mahajanapadas of the Indo-Gangetic plain. The coins of this period were punch-marked coins called Puranas, ancient Karshapanas, or Pana.

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About East India Company

East India Company coins have long been known in the precious metals trade. It has remained the only company in history to mint its trading coin as it grew to become one of the largest bullion dealers of its time.

Much of the history of The East India Company has been captured in the immortal designs used on its coinage. These coins tell the story of a simple requirement to find a commodity with which to tempt their eastern partners. A new mintage arose, ultimately financing the very foundations of the British Empire.

Popular Series From East India Company

Queen’s Virtues

The Queen Virtues series is a series of six coins from The East India Company and is a tribute to Virtues of a Queen, with each release symbolizing one of the virtues of victory, truth, charity, justice, and courage. The second release in this series celebrates the Virtue of Truth. The coins are released in BU and proof finishes in gold and silver.

Trade Dollar

The Silver Trade Dollar was minted in response to the large silver coins of other nations circulating freely in the Far East. Often these coins were stamps of approval with minor Chinese characters, called ‘chop marks.’ These cuts signified that a merchant had accepted the currency at its silver value and often attested to the purity of the coins. William Barber designed it, and in 1887, the US government redeemed all reserves for trade dollars. The obverse detail a seated Liberty on bales of cotton. She is looking to the left towards the East. His left hand holds a ribbon inscribed "Freedom", while his right-hand holds up an olive branch symbolizing peace. The 13 stars on the perimeter of the coin represent the original 13 colonies.

The reverse depicts a perched eagle with raised wings. Clutched in the eagle's talons is a cluster of arrows and an olive branch, representing war and peace.

East India Company’s Coin History

The history of The East India Company and its coinage dates back to 1601, when, under a royal charter from Queen Elizabeth I, its first ships sailed east with cargoes of heavy cloth and £6,000 in specially minted silver coins with the Queen emblem.

As its reach expanded over the centuries, The Company's coinage became the foundation of trade throughout the emerging Empire in the East. The only company to acquire the right to issue its coins, it created the monetary system in India that would last until independence in 1947.

Much of its history has been detained in the immortal designs of its coins. These coins tell the story of how a group of merchants created a company that far exceeded the sum of their ambitions, uniting distant markets and building and maintaining an empire.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the currency of the East India Company?

In December 1672, the East India Company opened a mint in Bombay, and European-style gold, silver, copper, and tin coins were minted. The gold coin was called the Carolina, the silver coin the Angelina, the copper coin the Copperoon, and the tin coin the Tinny.

  1.  What is East India Company mint?

Major mints in the west responsible for issuing coins for the East India Company included Surat, Bombay (Mumbai), and Ahmedabad. From 1621 to 1800, the English sent their precious metal bullion to the Nawab-controlled mint of Surat to be minted into local gold mohurs and silver rupees.

  1. Where are East India Company coins minted?

Mints produced coins issued by the EIC throughout India and at the Soho Mint near Birmingham, England. The EIC stopped this system in 1835 & adopted a unified system of coinage throughout British India. Coins issued after 1857 were under the monarch's authority when India became part of the British Empire.

  1. When did India mint the first coin?

The earliest PMC coins in India may have been minted around the 6th century BC. C. by the Mahajanapadas of the Indo-Gangetic plain. The coins of this period were punch-marked coins called Puranas, ancient Karshapanas, or Pana.

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BOLD Precious Metals is devoted to providing a great experience for our customers. Our website has been designed to make both searching for bullion and purchasing bullion as easy and as fast as possible. BOLD is on the mission to educate our users about the process and convert them into permanent users and provide the highest quality bullion at the lowest prices online. Now, buying coins from the East India Company Mint is as simple as a few clicks! Check out our selection today!



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