East India Company Sticker


The Tea Act of 1773 gave the British East India Co. a monopoly over the tea trade in the American colonies. On December 16th of that same year, colonists revolted by dumping 342 chests of East India Co. tea on 4 ships into Griffin’s Wharf, otherwise known as the Boston Tea Party.

This East India Company clear-backed sticker showcase’s the famous mark of the East India Co. during the 18th century.

Part of the Daughters of Liberty Sticker Collection.

Sticker Dimensions are 4″ x 4″

20 in stock (can be backordered)

Additional information


Black, White

Designed In

Pennsylvania, USA




6" x 1.5"


Liberty & Co. historical stickers are made from high quality, durable vinyl that can be used both indoors and out. Stick it on your laptop, your car window, your mirror, or anywhere else stickers stick to! 


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