The Indian Seal Case Study: The Sykes Seal

The Indian Seal Case Study: The Sykes Seal

The seal is small, its total height no more than  40mm, the seal itself only 25mm by 20mm.  It is engraved in steel and is…

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The Indian Seal Case Study: The Seal as Witness

The Indian Seal Case Study: The Seal as Witness

The Seal speaks of power, of common interest, of the meeting of differing cultures, of trust and of friendship. It is a vivid illustration of…

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The Indian Seal Case Study: The Cossimbazar Raj

The Indian Seal Case Study: The Cossimbazar Raj

From his first purchase of property (the produce of a jack fruit tree) in 1742 at the age of 22, Cantu (“brought up in a…

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The Indian Seal Case Study: The Banian

The Indian Seal Case Study: The Banian

“A Banyan is a person…by whom the English gentlemen in general conduct all their business.  He is interpreter, head book-keeper, head secretary, head broker, the…

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