Archibald Fullerton (fl. c. 1809 - 1868) was a Scottish engraver and map publisher active in the first half of the 19th century. Fullerton first began publishing maps in partnership with his friends William Somerville and John Blackie (1782 - 1874), with whom, on November 20 of 1809, he established the Edinburgh Blackie, Fullerton and Co. Around 1831 Fullerton left Blackie, Fullerton, and Company to found his own, independent firm, Fullerton and Co., in Glasgow. Fullerton and Company, which prospered between 1831 and 1850, specialized in Gazetteers and popular regional and world atlases. Fullerton's maps, most of which were copper plate engraving, are considered among the most decorative British maps of his era and included numerous vignettes and other attractive elements.