This birds-eye view of Seattle Washington provides a historic look at the way the city appeared in 1891.
The gorgeous panoramic map looks east at Elliot Bay and downtown Seattle with a
view stretching as far as Lake Washington and greater King County. Colorful
illustrations of buildings, lakes, streets, railways and boat traffic in the
Puget Sound are shown in clear detail on this map drawn by Augustus Koch and
published by the Hughes Litho Co. in 1891. The map was drawn just 18 months
after the Great Seattle Fire that destroyed the entire central business district
on June 6th 1889.
A beautifully drawn map of Seattle that will look fantastic hanging in
your home or office. This antique reproduction map has been cleaned, restored,
and digitally enhanced for the best print quality.
We offer this historic reproduction map in four sizes printed on an easy to install peel and
stick fabric or traditional wallpaper. The durable self-adhesive fabric is
resistant to water, wrinkles, bubbling and tears. Peel and stick fabric goes up
without causing any damage to the wall and will leave no residue. Since the
fabric is repositionable you can simply peel it off and transfer it to another
The wallpaper version is installed like any standard
wallpaper wallcovering. Our wallpaper murals are printed on durable latex-based,
nylon-reinforced, wet-strength paper. Ideal for commercial or residential