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  • Item Category: Antiquities
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 15,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

You are bidding on this very old wooden chicken incubator. The front of this incubator says CLOVER LEAF. That seems to be the only words on the entire piece. It is in very good vintage shape. The working parts are still inside and also has the heater lamp hanging on the side. This old incubator measures 26.5" wide, 26.5" deep and 27.5" tall. This piece would make a wonderful side table in a collectors home. It is very sturdy and the wood is in great condition. T seems to be some white residue on the one side but it flakes off very easy. I have tried to research this piece and came up with other incubators that look simalar but havent been able to find a cloverleaf. I believe this dates back to 1900-1920. I am judging that by the other ones I found that looks simalar. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out the other antiques being listed today.

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