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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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Thanks!!

JIM MILLER said:

Kent,

I have acquired an AW15 Ser Nr R-302. It is a 55, 2A7 1st Detector/Mixer, has a two position Static Switch on the front and a variable tone control on the back. It only has one antenna post.

Jim Miller

Registering L168 Scott Allwave deluxe

My Scott SLRM's serial number is 1841.  It was acquired in September 1945 by my great uncle from Scott's Manhattan NYC retail sales outlet for $250.00.

I also have a Scott Navy RCH (Navy version of the  SLR-12B) and a Navy RBO, I will provide thier serial numbers in subsequent posts,

Chris, AJ1G Stonington, CT

Chris,

Could you do a separate post about the set your Great Uncle purchased, and the story about his purchase, if you know details?

Here's the serial number off of my red dial Philharmonic, Wellington cabinet, with the tweeters, and a Garrard RC-60 changer (unsure if it's original, or not).  

Scott Special Communications Receiver on eBay, JJ-257.  I'm curious if that's one of the known examples, or a new one to show up?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/E-H-Scott-Special-Communications-Receiver/...

I already had this serial number and set in my records.

Kent

The pointer dial Philharmonic, that I just bought, has a serial number of KK-228.  It had the optional tweeters, and is in a Warrington cabinet.  

Had that one already...thanks!

Alex R. Whitaker said:

The pointer dial Philharmonic, that I just bought, has a serial number of KK-228.  It had the optional tweeters, and is in a Warrington cabinet.  

Hi all, 

Yesterday, a friend and I found a Scott beam of light Philharmonic outside of Bakersfield, CA.  The chassis was a mess (moused severely).  But, the cabinet is quite repairable.  He got the guts, I get the get the cabinet; eschuteon and all!  Cost... $50!

Here the serial # to add to the database.

Take care, Scott 

Are you sure this is a beam of light?  The KK sequence thus far are all dial pointers.  I have 3 Philharmonics that are in the immediate vicinity of this number. 

Also, when does the serial number say the set was built?  Thanks!

Scott

Scott Dickson said:

Hi all, 

Yesterday, a friend and I found a Scott beam of light Philharmonic outside of Bakersfield, CA.  The chassis was a mess (moused severely).  But, the cabinet is quite repairable.  He got the guts, I get the get the cabinet; eschuteon and all!  Cost... $50!

Here the serial # to add to the database.

Take care, Scott 

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