Christopher Browne (fl. c. 1688 – 1712) was a British map seller, book seller, and publisher active in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. Browne apprenticed with Robert Walton whose business he took over in 1688. Little is known of Browne's life but he issued several maps in concert with the Overtons, Herman Moll, and Robert Morden. Brown appears to have retired in 1712, relocating to Chilthorne Domer, a picturesque village in Somerset, England. According to Worms and Baynton-Williams he was still alive as of 1737.