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The British Governor-General, Lord Wellesley, later the Duke of Wellington, disapproved of breaking it up, but it was done so the spoils could be shared around.
Three tiger head finials from the original eight are known to have survived and -incredibly - another was sold just 18 months ago after having lain in a castle for 100 years.
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A gem-encrusted gold finial from the outrageously decorated throne of Tipu Sultan has emerged after more than 200 years in the home of a Scots family.
The incredible tiger-shaped figure was discovered by experts in the possession of the family which has owned it for the two centuries since it was captured.
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The third surviving finial can be found at Powis Castle, acquired by the second Lady Clive in India.
Also being sold in the same auction as the finial is an eyewitness account by Benjamin Sydenham of the battle which led to the final destruction of Tipu Sultan and his forces.
Tipu Sultan - the Tiger of Mysore - was a thorn in the side of Britain's Empire-building in the 18th century and inflicted various humiliating defeats on his foes.
The British - through the East India Company - finally defeated the ruler and his throne was broken up in 1799.