Charles Smith was a publisher, engraver as well as a map and globe seller working at No. 172 (Corner of Surrey Street ) Strand, London from 1803 to 1862. From 1864 he was at 63 Charing Cross. A rival of John Cary producing very similar styled detailed maps. His fine New English Atlas published in 1804 was a model for Cary's New English Atlas published five years later in 1809. These fine large maps are beautifully engraved and were the first county maps showing longitudes based on the meridian at Greenwich Observatory.
Northumberland, Charles Smith 1801
Lancashire, Charles Smith 1801
Buckinghamshire, Charles Smith 1801
Folding map of England and Wales 1841, Charles Smith 1801
County Durham, Charles Smith 1801
Shroshire, Charles Smith 1801
Map of Shropshire by Charles Smith 1801