Organisation

East India Company

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Images

  • Phrenological head of Lord Ellenborough as Governor General of India 1841-1844. Lithograph, ca. 1844.
  • English courtesans being sold at auction to British and Asian men in a port controlled by the East India Company. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, ca. 1815, after J. Gillray.
  • Heads and faces of twenty men facing one another in pairs. Coloured aquatint with etching.
  • Clocks: a bracket clock formerly in the possession of the East India Company. Process print.
  • Phrenological head of Lord Ellenborough as Governor General of India 1841-1844. Lithograph, ca. 1844.
  • A sepoy in the service of the East India Company, with a woman (courtesan?) on the right. Gouache, 18--.
  • Phrenological head of Lord Ellenborough as Governor General of India 1841-1844. Lithograph, ca. 1844.
  • Phrenological head of Lord Ellenborough as Governor General of India 1841-1844. Lithograph, ca. 1844.

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