Charles Price (1679? - 1733) was an English instrument-maker, engraver, surveyor, mapmaker and mapseller. In the course of his career collaborated with many of the leading lights of English cartography. Nothing is known of his childhood. He was apprenticed to the mapmaker John Seller in 1694, and witnessed his master's will; he and Jeremiah Seller became free in 1703 and entered into a partnership. He moved on to work with John Senex from 1705-1710, and George Willdey from 1710 to 1713. He also worked with instrument maker Benjamin Scott. He appears to have been prolific. Unfortunately, by 1731 he was in debtors' prison; he died in 1733.