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I have an old incubator made by the (automatic INcubator Company Delaware .O. 1914 ) pat # 1,085.273 it also has a pat # on the burner. # 1085278 .I would like to restore it but I don't have any pictures or owners manual to indacate what it would take. it is missing the drawers and possibly some of the burner. all advice on whare to look for info or pictures.

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Buddy S


Edited by Buddy S - 8/20/10 at 9:02am
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Try dropping these folks a note, maybe they have some images in their archives.

The Delaware County Historical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 317
Delaware, Ohio, 43015-0317

Steve

Organizer: Northern Ohio Backyard Poultry Meetup Group
The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.    -Arnold H. Glasow
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Steve

Organizer: Northern Ohio Backyard Poultry Meetup Group
The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.    -Arnold H. Glasow
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smile Thanks for the help will giv them a call Buddy S

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Hope it helps. I've pretty much hit a brick wall researching that company. Good Luck!

Steve

Organizer: Northern Ohio Backyard Poultry Meetup Group
The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.    -Arnold H. Glasow
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Steve

Organizer: Northern Ohio Backyard Poultry Meetup Group
The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.    -Arnold H. Glasow
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Does this help? I believe we may have the same incubator you're trying to refurb.
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Please email ashley_m710@hotmail.com with subject linemail "antique incubator" if you need more pics, or would like more info (btw... willing to sell if anyone's interested!)
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I have an old 500 Egg Incubator made by the Automatic Incubator Company out of Delaware Ohio. I have been trying to find out what it may be worth. It was in the attic of an old house I bought in southern Illinois. It is in great shape, and has all parts, including all of the kerosene heating parts and the manuals. Does anyone know who I can contact about this? I have tried the National Poultry Museum in Kansas, as well as the Delaware OH Hist. Society with no luck.

thank you
Jeff
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