It's a little dirty (OK, it's a lot dirty), but it looks like it's in pretty good shape. No physical damage and no missing tubes. It came with a Type M and a 1A4, but the seller said that one channel didn't work (probably in the Type M, since that was the one installed).
According to the seller, this one used to belong to Amar Bose, former MIT professor and founder of the Bose speaker company. (Actually, it just has a Bose property tag on it, so I think it's just Bose company surplus, and I doubt that it belonged to the big man himself... so much for a rare provenance.)
I haven't plugged it in yet. I want to clean it up a little bit first, and I'm concerned about the high-voltage transformer. The HV transformer in this scope is known to go bad. The transformer is potted in an epoxy that absorbs water and eventually fails (or causes the circuits around it to fail). Given that this scope was likely stored in a damp basement for who-knows-how long, is there a way to test the HV transformer for deterioration before just plugging it in and powering it on?
That's it. No more scopes (unless it's a 556; I still want one of those, and a 661, and a 576, and maybe another 7104... I also need a working 109 and a 7B87).