Thomas Starling (December 24, 1796 - June 15, 1850) was and English line engraver and map publisher based in London during first half of the 19th century. Starling was born in Islington and apprenticed as a stationer in 1811. He was in business for himself as early as 1818, from which time a surviving trade card (Bl 188.v.26) survives at the British Library. By 1824 he was in bankruptcy courts. He recovered somewhat, issuing the small format 1833 Family Cabinet Atlas and engraving Michael Alexander Gage's large format plan of Liverpool. Sterling was elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in 1833. He died in Essex in 1850.

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