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10.2 - Are private companies purchasable by share companies?

1800 Once a 3 train has been sold; at face value.
1812 Yes, at from 1 to face value.
1830, 1830BC, 1856, 18C2C, 18EC, 18EZ Level 3, 18NL Once a 3 train has been sold; at from half to twice face value.
1824 No (referring to Mountain Railways).
1825, 1826, 1829, 1829 Mainline, 1835, 1837, 1851, 1854, 1858, 1860, 1862, 1880, 1893, 1895, 18Dixie, 18FL, 18GL, 18MW, 18Rhl Rhineland, 18Ruhr, 18Scan No.
1827 Jr. Some. One can be bought only by share companies.
1832 Once a 3 train has been sold; at from half to twice face value; the West Virginia Coal Fields may be purchased earlier at from half to face value; the London Investment Company, Central Rail Road and Canal Company and Southern Bank (if in play) may not be purchased by companies.
1837SX Yes, once a 6H train has been sold, at from half to one and a half times face value.
1838 Rheinland, 18Mex Yes, once a 3 train has been sold, most at from half to one and a half times face value.
1842 Yes, in an auction. The private company ceases to exist, and its assets are transferred.
1844 Yes, once a 3 (or 3H) train has been sold, at from 1 franc to twice face value.
1846 Yes, during phases I or II, at from $1 to face value. The Mail contract can be bought in after Phase II as it is never removed from play.
1847 The stone mine companies only, and not by major(s) in the west.
1848 Yes, once a 3/3+ train has been sold, in the price crange shown on the private company certificate.
1849v4 From phase 6 to phase 10.
1850 Once a 3 train has been sold; at from half to twice face value; the Mississippi Bridge Company and the Mesabi Mining Company may be purchased earlier at from half to face value; if the Union Pacific purchases the Credit Mobilier private it can pay up to three times face value.
1861, Steam Over Holland Once a 3 train has been sold; at from 1 to face value.
1865 Sardinia No, but they can given them (referring to Maritime Companies).
1870 Once a 3 train has been sold; at from half to twice face value; the Mississippi Bridge Company may be purchased earlier by majors on the Mississippi at from half to face value.
1873 A mining share company can buy a private mining company if it has an empty slot availabvle, at from 1 to twice face value if bought from players, or at face value if bought from the bank.
1889 Once a 3 train has been sold; at from half to twice face value, except Uno-Takamatsu Ferry after 5 train.
18AL, 18GA, 18VA Once a 3 train has been sold; at from half to one and a half times face value.
18MS Yes, From OR3 onwards, at from half to one and a half times face value.
18Neb Yes, once a 3 train has been sold, most at from half to one and a half times face value; the Morison Bridging Company may be bought for face value during phase 2; the Credit Mobilier may not be purchased for more than its face value; The UP private may not be bought by a company.
18NY Once a 4H train has been sold, from half to twice face value, first four private companies only.
18PA Yes (privates 4-9).
18TN Once a 3 train has been sold. May also be bought at face value in the first OR of the game.
18US There are no private companies, but Western Concessions may be bought once in play.
2038 Once a phase II spaceship has been sold; at from $1 to face value.
Poseidon No (referring to Special cards).
Rolling Stock As soon as share companies exist in the price range shown on the private company certificate, and always at maximum price if bought from the foreign investor. Private companies may be bought from players, the foreign investor, or other share companies.
Rest Not applicable.

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