The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
Tony, nice to see your Scott radio. Scott was a high end custom radio builder in Chicago.
You have an E.H. Scott 1936 version, Full Range High Fidelity Allwave, being a 23 tube radio. With the two additional small controls we now refer to it as an 7 knob AW-23. You have the optional high fidelity tweeters, too. The correct knobs. And original speaker cloth.
Your cabinet is the Milton Grande. The customer could choose from over a dozen cabinet styles at costs ranging from $25 to well over $100. The Milton Grande coast $60 and is seldom seen today, so I would say somewhat rare.
Condition of the cabinet matters a good deal. Original finish? I see a significant chip on the front right side.
The condition of the chrome plating also matters a lot. So the big question is: just thick dust, or is there rust, too?
Meanwhile unless you absolutely know it plays, do NOT power it up lest certain very old parts fail causing extensive damage.
I live up the road Tony if you decide on a price. You need to friend people so they can exchange messages.