E. H. Scott "Allwave 12 Deluxe"
Scott Transformer Company,
4450 Ravenswood Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois, USA

    There were two versions of this radio made, an early version with out AVC and a later version using AVC.  The AVC set incorporated the rare and famous Wunderlich tube.  This radio was purchased in December of 1988 from a family living in Springfield, Ohio.  I learned about its sale from an ad I saw in the December 1988 Indiana Historical Radio Society Bullion.  When I purchased the radio, it was housed in a modified Eveready console radio cabinet.  I later disposed the cabinet and added an original factory issued front panel that was salvaged from another Scott AW 12, which was in lesser condition.

Tube Line Up: Tuner
58...R.F. Amplifier
57...1st. Detector / Mixer
58...1st. I.F. Amplifier
58...2nd. I.F. Amplifier
58...3rd. I.F. Amplifier
Wunderlich...2nd. Detector / AVC
56...1st. Audio Stage
56...2nd. Audio Stage

Tube Line Up: Amplifier / Power Supply
45 x 2...Push Pull Audio Output

Power Source:
AC 120 Volts

Frequency Ranges:
BC Band...540 kHz - 1500 kHz
SW-1 Band...1.5 MHz - 4 MHz
SW-2 Band...4 MHz - 10 MHz
SW-3 Band...10 MHz - 23 MHz
I.F. Frequency...465 kHz

Height...8.5 inches
Width...22.5 inches
Depth...11 inches

Schematic and Information

Click here to view, by means of TerraServer, the location of the factory site as it looks today.

    This certificate states that this radio, serial number N 131, was originally purchased by Louis M. Wilcox who lived in Ohio.  The scribbling on the upper left corner indicates that this radio was placed into serviced on May 20, 1933.

This web page was last updated: February 12, 2014