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... The American Brass Company was an American brass manufacturing company based in Connecticut and active from 1893 to 1960 ... The company's predecessors were the Wolcottville Brass Company and the Ansonia Brass and Battery Company ... It was the first large brass manufacturing firm in the United States, and for much of its existence was the largest brass manufacturer in the country ...
... The American Brass Company was formed on June 7, 1893, as a holding company for six brass manufacturing companies Plume Atwood Manufacturing Company Benedict Burnham Manufacturing Company Waterbury Brass ... All the firms except for the Waterbury Brass Company and the Coe Brass Manufacturing Company withdrew from the new corporation ... But the Ansonia Brass and Battery Company joined the new firm in their place ...
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