Original Flag of the English East India Company

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Wdflake
published on 16 September 2022

The original flag of the English East India Company (EIC), founded in 1600 by royal charter. The company later changed its name to the British East India Company and so the cross of St. George in the top right corner was replaced by a Union flag and then the Union Jack.

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