"CABOOL, the PUNJAB, and BELOOCHISTAN," 1851


"Cabool, the Punjab, and Beloochistan," a decorative overview map by John Tallis, London and New York, 1851; engraved by J. Rapkin; with very large scans of *the left half* and the *the right half* of the map

"NORTHERN INDIA," 1851

"Northern India," a decorative overview map by John Tallis, London and New York, 1851; engraved by J. Rapkin; with very large scans of *the left half* and the *the right half* of the map


"SOUTHERN INDIA," 1851



"Southern India," a decorative overview map by John Tallis, London and New York, 1851; engraved by J. Rapkin; with very large scans of *the upper half* and the *the lower half* of the map


"OVERLAND ROUTE to INDIA," 1851

"Overland Route to India," by J. Rapkin, from 'The Illustrated Atlas' (London: John Tallis & Co., 1851); CLICK ON EITHER HALF OF THE MAP FOR A VERY LARGE SCAN





"The overland route to India: Mont Cenis Railway--Susa, in Piedmont," from the Illustrated London News, 1869; also *"The new overland route to India: Mont Cenis railway--L'echelle du Diable"*; also *"The new overland route to India: the railway over the Alps--summit of Mont Cenis and lake"*; also *"The new overland route to India: Modane, at the north end of the tunnel under Mont Cenis"*; also *"The new overland route to India: Mont Cenis railway--ascent from Lanslebourg"*





"The overland route to India: Crossing the Isthmus of Suez," from the Illustrated London News, 1858




"Overland elephant from India," a contemporary parody of the race to develop an overland route to India

Source: ebay, July 2010

"Events of the Mutiny" (post-1857)



A post-1857 Tallis map focused on the events of the Rebellion


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