|E.H. Scott "Quaranta"
This is a link to the description of a rather
impressive and unique 48-tube E.H. Scott Quaranta which I had briefly in 2001/2002 after acquiring it from
Jacques Dubois in France.
The set was sold in early 2002 to Gerry Steffens in Minnesota who has been quite resolved in fully re-establishing this set to more stringent standards in terms of original parts while conforming to E.H. Scott design specifications - as Gerry has found out, the ensemble, though impressive, has quite a ways to go before this is achieved. This Scott set is now in the best of hands and I trust that Mr. Steffens will share his progress at some point in the future! If anyone wishes to get in touch with the new owner of the Quaranta, his email address is email@example.com and he would be pleased to discuss anything E.H. Scott and McMurdo-Silver.
Excellent May 2004 Antique Radio Classified web article on the Quaranta by Norman Braithwaite.
Here is another webpage with photos of E.H. Scott radios.
|Péricaud Isodyne Type 4014 (France - 1925).
Photos of accompanying accessories:
|Here is a website in France which shows a number of vintage Péricaud radios.
|Clarion Junior Model AC-60 Cathedral
|Purchased in July 2007 on eBay Canada from a great fellow in Saskatchewan.
|The www.radiolaguy.com website has the following photo of a magazine for the Clarion Jr.
|General Electric Model A-64 Tombstone
|Fada Canadian C-69-A
|Freshman Masterpiece TRF radio with internal speaker (1925/1926).
|Purchased at the OVRC auction in the spring of 2007. Model 6F5?
|Based on this radiomuseum.org webpage, this radio is almost assuredly a 5F5 ...
Here is another similar model at this radioattic.com webpage.
|Dictator tabletop radio by the Hudson's Bay Company
|GE tabletop radio
|1930's small wooden tabletop radio
|Unknown model and manufacturer. Any information would be appreciated!