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The Old East India House in Leadenhall Street (1648-1726).

The Old East India House in Leadenhall Street (1648-1726).
The Old East India House in Leadenhall Street (1648-1726).
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H5329
Description: The East India Company's original headquarters on Leadenhall Street in London. Formerly the mansion house of Sir William Craven, this structure was rebuilt in 1726 and then replaced in 1799-1800 by a much larger building designed by the architect Richard Jupp.
Creator: 'Illustrated London News'
Date: 30 August 1890
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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