Charles Copley (fl. 1843-69), was an American nautical chart and globe publisher based in Brooklyn, New York and active in the middle part of the 19th century. He was born in England and emigrated to the United States in the 1840s. He became a citizen in 1844. Charles Copley's earliest work is associated with the firm of E. and G. W. Blunt and his name appears as cartographer or engraver on several of Blunt's c. 1840 charts – so he must have began working the Blunt shortly after immigrating. Around 1847 Copley began publishing independently and advertising himself as and engraver and map publisher. Most of his independent work was published in the 1850s.