Herman Moll (1654? – 22 September 1732), was a London cartographer, engraver, and publisher.

Moll's exact place of origin is unknown, although his birth year is generally accepted to be the year 1654. He moved to England in 1678 and opened a book and map store in London. He produced maps from his studies of the work of other cartographers.

Until his death, he produces numerous maps, books, atlases and globes. Moll's maps were in his lifetime and after very influential, and are still among the most sought after aesthetic engravings in the history of cartography.