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Barnes Automatic Car Coupler Company
Incorporated in New York, 19th September 1884. After several years of Barnes trying to sell his patent invention to railroad companies the stockholders finally agreed to dissolve the company in 1888. The patents were sold by the receiver to the Gould & Stimpson Iron Works of Buffalo for only $5,000.
Capital $500,000 in shares of $10.