Thomas Moule (1784 – January 1851) was an English antiquarian, writer on heraldry, and map-maker. He is best known for his popular and highly decorated county maps of England, steel-engraved and first published separately between 1830 and 1832.
Moule was born in Marylebone, London. He sold books in Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, from 1816 to 1822. Later, he became an inspector of 'blind' (illegibly addressed) letters at the General Post Office. He died at his residence in St. James's Palace, to which he was entitled as Chamber-keeper in the Lord Chamberlain's Department.
- Bibliotheca heraldica Magnæ Britanniae, 1822
- Westall. Great Britain Illustrated, 1830 (text)
- Moule, Thomas & Westall, William. The landscape album, or, Great Britain Illustrated in a series of sixty views, London : Charles Tilt, 1832.
- Westall. The Illustrations of the Work of Walter Scott, 1834 (text)
- Winkles. Cathedral Churches, 1836 (text)
- Benjamin Winkles. Continental Cathedrals, (Charles Tilt, 1836) - Moule wrote the text.
- The English Counties delineated; or, a topographical description of England, 1837
- Barron, Roderick, Introduction to The County Maps of Old England by Thomas Moule, 1990 edition, ISBN 1-85170-403-5
- samples of Moule's writing:
- Full text
Moule, Thomas. "The landscape album; or, Great Britain illustrated". HathiTrust Digital Library. New York Public Library. Retrieved October 2, 2013 from