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David C. Poland left a comment for Rick Busche
"The speaker should be a brown paint 9 inch pedestal speaker (by ROLA) but probably with a Scott tag saying D-90 speaker. Full name is World Record Shield Grid AC-10, now informally referred to as the Scott AC-10. "
May 30
David C. Poland left a comment for Rick Busche
"That is an early version of the Scott AC-10   - say,1929 with that large dial and control escutcheon. Scott's first ground up design socket powered radio. 10 tubes plus the rectifier(s). Several running changes into 1931, including…"
May 30
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"What year or model is this radio?"
May 30
David C. Poland commented on Rick Busche's photo
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"They look nice with the blue Arcturus tubes and lacquered copper. For full impact clean the tubes and chassis. Then use auto mobile wax on the copper. (I like Turtle liquid car wax)"
May 28
Rick Busche posted a status
"I have this Scott radio but know nothing abut it. Can someone advise? I have the cabinet, speaker and PS not shown in the photo."
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At 11:00pm on May 30, 2017, David C. Poland said…

That is an early version of the Scott AC-10   - say,1929 with that large dial and control escutcheon. Scott's first ground up design socket powered radio. 10 tubes plus the rectifier(s). Several running changes into 1931, including the smaller dial escutcheon most commonly seen. Last model before Scott used chrome plate for his radios. A good performing radio.

Curious what cabinet you have.

The earliest amp had 2 type 80 rectifiers. Shortly after just one 80. Last version amp also had an AMPERITE regulator tube to provide a steady 85 or so volts to the power transformer primary. 

At 11:08pm on May 30, 2017, David C. Poland said…

The speaker should be a brown paint 9 inch pedestal speaker (by ROLA) but probably with a Scott tag saying D-90 speaker.

Full name is World Record Shield Grid AC-10, now informally referred to as the Scott AC-10. 

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