James Bingley (1796 – 1869) was an engraver, copperplate printer, mapmaker and colored-paper manufacturer. Born in Leicester, Bingley pursued many different professional opportunities over the course of his life. In 1833 he was imprisoned for debt, while a partner in a publishing venture. He was possibly connected with 'Batho and Bingley,' banknote engravers and printers, and by the end of his life he was described as an 'artist and engraver on steel.'

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