d'Heulland, Guillaume (c. 17?? - 1770) was a French engraver active in Paris during the mid-18th century. Most of his work focuses on maps, scientific diagrams, and architectural plans. He engraved nautical charts for the French Royal Navy as well as charts for the 1745 Neptune Oriental of D'Apr├Ęs de Mannevillette (1707 - 1780). He additionally engraved maps for Charlevoix, Bellin, Cassini, and Prevost. He is perhaps best known for his 1756 Plan of Paris. The engraver Choffard was one of his apprentices.