I just bought my first "old" wooden incubator! It's a Montgomery Ward, and the images for it are here . I gave $82.89 including shipping off eBay. Here's the ad: ITEM: Vintage wood Montgomery Ward Egg Incubator Model 26 GC DESCRIPTION: We have a vintage wooden (20 x 19 x 17½ tall) single-drawer egg incubator from MONTGOMERY WARDS Model No 26 LZ-850 per the brass tag on the face of the device. Some Features include: A 1½dia RED power ON indicator lamp built into the top . that (still) lights when plugged in! Has a screw lever thing for adjusting the temperature. Has a tin Peep-Hole device built into lid A 16 x 1½dp egg shelf with wire bottom and reinforced (or partitioned) with perpendicular dowels.. On the side, in red crayon, is written Turn Every Day and each side being numbered. Slatted wood top with an embossed No. 2211 and brass corners! Features a heating mechanism built into interior roof and caged of by wire I think it works but due to a fray in the cord I did not want to leave plugged in too long this is not just a Bulb in a box! A 4 embossed brass manufacturers plate on face above door. A 6 x 18 hinged door with suspect latch looks replaced with a window latch. The box is about 9 tall but is equipped with simple wood legs, (that will be unscrewed for shipping) Stained wood finish with the wear & tear one might expect for its age! Over 4 headroom on shelf for larger egg varieties was told by original owner that it was used for pheasant eggs mostly. CONDITION: Good Condition! Solid & appears to be functional if not things where pretty basic back then. Has some scuffs & scratches but nothing excessive. The cord at the box interface is frayed & need attention. What does everyone think? Good deal or not?