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As most of you know, I've been gathering and analyzing Scott serial numbers for over 20 years. I have a couple requests....first, if you haven't sent me your serial numbers, please do. Also...if any of you have a confirmed date for a set/serial number, please send me that. There is a warranty tag on ebay at the moment, these are great, since they have the date and serial number on them. A letter with a date is also good confirmation. I would greatly appreciate any info you fellows can provide. I'll post more about serial numbers here in the future.

Kent

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Got it, thanks!

Fran Mayer said:

The serial # on my AW 23 7 knob - A-741

Allwave 23 7 knob serial # H-504

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I just purchased a Philharmonic AM-FM from Merle Jones in California today. The serial number is YY-312. I suspect you have this one, but I wanted to make sure. I'm so thrilled to have this beautiful radio in my collection!

Chris

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Chris - Thanks! Yes, Merle has been great about sharing his serial numbers, so I did have that one. - Kent

Just picked up an 800-B at an estate auction serial # 800-106  regards  Norman

Congrats Chris! I bought my Philharmonic pointer dial from him in March. 

Chris Wysong said:

I just purchased a Philharmonic AM-FM from Merle Jones in California today. The serial number is YY-312. I suspect you have this one, but I wanted to make sure. I'm so thrilled to have this beautiful radio in my collection!

Chris

Hi Kent, 

I recently purchased an E.H. Scott radio at a garage sale and truth be told, had no idea the story behind the company. The serial number is CC-110. I'm not sure if that number has ever been registered here or of its true origin/make/year. 

I'm new to the game and would love to learn more about E.H. Radios! 

Luke

Luke -

I do have that serial number, it is a model 16 set, circa late 1937. You can find more info right here, click on the "Scott Info Archive" link and go to Set Folders, and open folder "16-18". You will find an owners manual and more there. 

Kent

Luke Settergren said:

Hi Kent, 

I recently purchased an E.H. Scott radio at a garage sale and truth be told, had no idea the story behind the company. The serial number is CC-110. I'm not sure if that number has ever been registered here or of its true origin/make/year. 

I'm new to the game and would love to learn more about E.H. Radios! 

Luke

Hi Kent, 

Thank you for the reply. It's in pretty rough shape but I've reached out to a few shops here in the Twin Cities for quotes on restoration. I will post pics soon. 

Best, 

Luke 

I just picked up an Allwave 12 dual dial.  I was going to send you the serial number but I can't find a data plate or evidence where it once was.  I have other Scotts and am familiar with the plates.  Any ideas?

Larry

Larry -


The 2-dial sets are the last produced before Scott started adding serial numbers. A few 2-dial sets have a grease pencil number on them, but it is unknown if it is a number or just a mark for a set sent in for repair. The serial numbers I'm collecting begin with the AW12 Deluxe model.

Kent

Kent,

Very interesting, you guys are a wealth of information.  My grease pencil number is R2-3.

Thanks,

Larry

Kent King said:

Larry -


The 2-dial sets are the last produced before Scott started adding serial numbers. A few 2-dial sets have a grease pencil number on them, but it is unknown if it is a number or just a mark for a set sent in for repair. The serial numbers I'm collecting begin with the AW12 Deluxe model.

Kent

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