Louis Eliot d'Elboux (1807-72) was Superintendent of the Ordnance Survey electrotyping and stamping departments, based in Southampton from 1841. He refined and developed engraving processes.


Newspaper clippings (available online or accessible through the Local Studies Library):

"Name Lingers On: Louis d'Elboux" (Southern Evening Echo 30/03/1984). Describes d'Elboux's career and inventions. Includes a portrait of d'Elboux by his son.


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