Edward Mogg (fl. 1803 - 1860) was an English cartographer and engraver active in London during the first half of the 19th century. Unlike many cartographers of the period, Mogg personally engraved all of his own maps in a fine detail oriented hand. Mogg built his business on the production of guides, railway maps, and other publications focused on tourists and travelers in London. Mogg seems to have had a passion for defending tourist against the depredations of dishonest taxi cab drivers and was the first to introduced the innovative "Cab Fare Map and Guide". Mogg also published the 1822 edition of Paterson's Roads of England and Wales and a fascinating celestial sphere for school children.