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Source: The Illustrated London News, Nov.3 1855, p.527
F. DENT, 61, Strand, and 34 and 35, Royal Exchange, Chronometer, Watch, and Clock Maker, by appointment, to the Queen and Prince Albert; sole successor to the late E. J. Dent in all his patent rights and business of the above shops, and at the clock and compass factory at Somerset-wharf; maker of chronometers, watches, astronomical, turret, and other clocks, dipleidoscopes, and patent ships' compasses, used on board her Majesty's yacht. Ladies' gold watches, 8 guineas; gentlemens' 10 guineas; strong silver lever watches, £6 6s. Church Clocks, with compensation pendulum, £85.
See also: English Watches