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Was wondering if one of you knowledgeable  folks could tell me what model I might have. No identifying tags on item Any info would be much appreciated

Was wondering if one of you knowledgeable  folks could tell me what model I might have.

No identifying tags on item

Any info would be much appreciated

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Comment by John T. Meredith on November 20, 2015 at 12:28am

It is a E H Scott Phantom, about 1938, and looks to be missing the speaker and power supply, cabinet is nice though.  Are you interested in selling it?

Comment by Dan Morales on November 20, 2015 at 12:43am

John, thank you so much for your response

I had seen other Phantom's and found to be very similar

but yet cabinet differences. I do have the power supply, was trying to

straighten some of the chrome caps, I did get it less speaker.

And yes I might consider.

Thanks again !

Comment by David C. Poland on November 20, 2015 at 4:35pm

Phantom models progressed from the 19 tube model (6 for the amp and 13 for the receiver including the magic eye) to the 20 tube versions, finally the 28 tube FM/AM/SW.  The control knob below the tuning dial knob suggests you have a 20 tube Phantom Deluxe model, but can't see if you have the logging scale at the top of the dial.

Several console or radio/phono consoles we available at varying additional cost. Appears yours is the ADAM.

Comment by Ken Carr on December 29, 2015 at 7:32pm

I have a Scott Philharmonic which has a similar cabinet. My cabinet is about half the size of yours. It contains only the radio, no turntable. It appears that they used the same general design for both cabinets, though. Mine smaller cabinet is  called a Buckingham. It should appear if you click the link at left.

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