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I spoke with a gentleman yesterday who has a number of Scott items he wants to sell. If you have any interest in these, please message me and I can provide more info. I do not have prices.

Philharmonic in Chippendale cabinet - excellent chrome

Warrington with AW23 - chrome good

Stamford with model Sixteen

Braemar with AM/FM Phantom

Westminster cabinet only (cut for AW23)

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The Chippendale was for a Philly, and I haven't confirmed but I think you are right, no Philly in the mix. Yes, the Tasman/AW12 is available. 



Dave said:

The 6th photo down appears to be that of the Regent ? I see the “Z” like fret.

Also what did the Chippendale house ? If empty as you say, then I assume there’s no Philharmonic in this mix ?

There’s no accounting for the first cabinet pictured, Tasman for the AW 12 ?

Great, what is the photo #6 cabinet ?

Ah, that is the Regent cabinet. Reminiscent of the Napier and Lido with the speaker grill. A nice deco cabinet.

Dave said:

The 6th photo down appears to be that of the Regent ? I see the “Z” like fret.

Also what did the Chippendale house ? If empty as you say, then I assume there’s no Philharmonic in this mix ?

There’s no accounting for the first cabinet pictured, Tasman for the AW 12 ?

Do we know prices or deal with owner ?

To see a good photo of the Regent console, go to the Info Archive at the top of this page and then choose Cabinet folder. Scroll down to Regent see photo with an AW-23. Note panel has a vertical silver detail flanking the control panel. Never seen this cabinet in person, so don't know if  silver paint  or actual chromed metal insert.

The one for sale looks decent probably needs a little TLC. The Regent console is somewhat uncommon. Somewhat upscale at $57 compared to the commonly seen $30 Tasman in 1936. 

Kent is acquainted with the seller.

It is an insert...very sharp looking cabinet!

And the Regent console  is sized to accommodate a phonograph above the receiver. Is a lift top cabinet.

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