Robert Morden (c. 1650 – 1703) was an English bookseller, publisher, globe maker, and mapmaker active in London on the second half of the 17th century. He is notable as one of the first successful commercial map publishers. Morden was most likely born in the north of England. As a young map he apprenticed to Joseph Moxon. He published a wide corpus of maps, most which focused on the British Isles, but also included important early maps of Britain's colonial holdings. Morden frequently partnered with William Berry and Christopher Browne. He maintained offices at the Signe of the Atlases in Cornhill and New Cheapside, London.