Coat of Arms of the East India Company at the time it established trade relations with Bengal and founded Calcutta.
The head office of the East India Company in London
A salesroom of the East India Company in London.
Job Charnock probably met such a fruit seller in Sutanuti, not far from the present day fruit market at Mechuabazar.
The typical employee of the East India Company, more commonly referred to as 'East Indiaman' or 'factor' carried with him such a chest, with pen, ink and paper in order to carry out his business.
Wall hanging from the Company school shows company factor negotiating with local nobles.