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August 2013 Blog Posts (6)

scott 800 b

i have built 5 philco so far they gave me more problems with rubber wiring and every thing so close together i just bought a Scott 800 b and the room is great to beable to see all the parts and replacement so easy.the Scott is in good cond

have not had time to give a good look in the same deal i picked up 1 hallicrafter tw-500 and 2 zenith t-600 so i well be at it for awhile i'am past  mid 70's being a widower i have some time glad to be here i am a member with the philco…

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Added by john stafford on August 30, 2013 at 8:32pm — 1 Comment

Introduction and Chassis/Parts For Sale

Hello,

I'm new to this group, but not to collecting and restoring Scott radios.  Enjoy listening to my restored 800B and my most recent acquisition an AM/FM Philharmonic.  Like many of us over the years I've accumulated a number unfinished projects, cabinets and parts chassis.  Currently, I'm in the process of clearing out a storage unit. As I re-discover items would like to offer them to the group.  Will start with the parts chassis listed below.  As you will see the tubes, tube…

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Added by David Milke on August 20, 2013 at 5:01pm — 3 Comments

E.H Scott Sixteen User Guide Circa 1937 from Sol and Irma Laykin - Bel Air, California

E.H Scott Sixteen user manual of Irma and Sol Laykin Circa 1937

This E.H Sixteen was discovered in storage where it had remained for approx 50 years.  It had been ordered by Irma and Solomon Laykin of Laykin et Cie Jewelery fame in 1937 for thier home  on Montana Ave in Westwood, a part of West Los Angeles. It was used in that home until they moved a year or so later to…

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Added by Erik Laykin on August 13, 2013 at 8:30pm — No Comments

1937 E.H Scott News

E.H Scott News April1937.pdf

Added by Erik Laykin on August 13, 2013 at 8:23pm — 1 Comment

Hello, I have a 1938 scott radio, that I am trying to find a value on. It has one speaker at bottom, behind two doors. The left side top, pulls out, and is supposed to have a turntable in compartment…

Hello, I have a 1938 scott radio, that I am trying to find a value on. It has one speaker at bottom, behind two doors. The left side top, pulls out, and is supposed to have a turntable in compartment. The right side top, has a door that you pull down, and push in so the radio comes out. it is an am/fm radio, with a green glass eye for tuning in stations. It has shortwave on it also. I will try to get photos of it posted, and the only number I found on it, was on the nameplate on back, and it…

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Added by Dan Haugen on August 5, 2013 at 8:29pm — 1 Comment

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