Sidney Hall, born around 1788 and died in 1831, was a British engraver and cartographer. He was well known and popular for his early nineteenth-century atlases containing maps of the United Kingdom and of the ancient world reproduced from Hall’s engravings. His work had a significant cultural impact as it contributed to the dissemination and understanding of geographical knowledge during this period. His detailed and accurate maps were widely used and appreciated, making geography more accessible to the general public and influencing the field of cartography. His work continues to be valued for its historical and artistic significance.