1934 E. H. Scott Allwave Console Radio1934 E. H. Scott Allwave Console Radio1934 E. H. Scott Allwave Console Radio1934 E. H. Scott Allwave Console Radio1934 E. H. Scott Allwave Console Radio1934 E. H. Scott Allwave Console Radio

High grade, chromed chassis ....... untested ...........

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The Scott Radio Laboratories built some of the most "powerful" (an adjective E.H. Scott liked to use in his advertising) receivers from the late twenties up through the forties. Ernest H. Scott came from New Zealand and started in the transformer business in Chicago just after WWI. He later started producing superheterodyne kit radios. His interest in shortwave developed into world record reception using his receivers. When the RCA superhet licenses became available in 1931, Scott started to produce complete receivers. By 1933, Scott was offering his first chrome plated, semi-custom built receivers. The Allwave Fifteen (1934) is a 15 tube receiver using P-P 2A3s driving a twelve inch speaker. The power supply and audio output amplifier are located on a smaller chassis mounted by the speaker. Has Chrome plated chassis, projection tuning dial with shadow-graph meter ..... as described from another website ........

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1934 E. H. Scott Allwave Console Radio

$750 USD

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