15 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 14 are shown here).
Lithograph caricature by J. J. Tissot for Vanity Fair entitled 'He suppressed an Isthmus', depicting Le Vicomte Ferdinand de Lesseps, responsible for the construction of the Suez Canal, which opened in 1869. Published in Britain, 1869.
Hand-coloured lithograph by Edouard Riou entitled 'Arrivée Des Souverains A Suez', a plate from a set of 20 in Gustave Nicole's, 'Inauguration du Canal de Suez, Voyage des Souverains'. Paris, 1869.
19thC, Paris Universal Exhibition 1867; Bisson J, View showing models of the Suez Canal
Topographical Album, 19thC, Smith Collection vol. III; Anon. Suez Canal, at Kamtara
Poster advertising the Orient Line to Australia, via the Suez Canal. Colour lithograph designed by John Syon, and issued by the Orient Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., ca.1951.
Arnoux, Hte., Port Said; group of five seated women; carte-de-visite from 'Album du Canal de Suez'; Types and Costumes Eqyptiens; 19th century
Medal, Suez Canal, Commerce, Labour, Sphinx, Pyramid.
Watercolour, "Kantara" Station "Suez Canal". 24.7 miles from Port Said - looking North - Ferry across old Caravan route from Holy Land to Egypt - ', 1888, possibly by Captain the Chevalier Dalton
Watercolour, "Jebel Teir - Is" = (900 ft.) looking NE. moonlight - ', 1888, possibly by Captain the Chevalier Dalton
Watercolour, "Mount Sinai"- at Sunrise - from the West -', 1888, possibly by Captain the Chevalier Dalton
Watercolour, `Egyptians & Arabs at work with Camels to widen the Suez Canal between Bitter Lakes and Suez, 1888, possibly by Captain the Chevalier Dalton