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    Concord Delirium need info

    Hey - my dad just passed me down a Concord Delirium from the 80's - all gold including the band. It's the one in the photo. Well, not exactly... It's the larger men's model and the bracelet consists of flat horizontal bars as opposed to that meshlike band. While I've found some info on the other deliriums out there, I haven't found any on this model. I'd also love to know what it's worth. Thanks
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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    So it's like the one in the photo, except the watch is different and the band is different...

    This could be a challenge.
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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    How thin is it?

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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    It's the men's version of the watch in the photo - same model. I'll get a photo later on.

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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray916MN View Post
    How thin is it?
    Less than 3mm.

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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    I'd bet there's $1400 in scrap if it's 18K. Beyond that, no valuations are given - check the sticky. They're interesting watches because they're so thin but I had heard they were problematic for the same reason. The mechanical versions use the case back as a substitute for one of the movement's plates, and if the case got twisted it caused issues.

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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    There's a thread here about Deliriums (Deliria?);

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...light=delirium
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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    Here are photos of the actual watch - thanks for the link. Still, not much info... There doesn't seem to be ANY of these out there. I'm told the retail on these were around 20k in the 80's but they sold for far less.
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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    This Ebay search is reasonably representative of value. Of course you need to adjust for the band and condition of your watch.

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    Re: Concord Delirium need info

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray916MN View Post
    This Ebay search is reasonably representative of value. Of course you need to adjust for the band and condition of your watch.
    Not really - that's the prob. Those are all those "fake" deliriums with crowns. The closest I've found to the price of this watch is the link below - but it's a woman's model with a slightly different band.

    http://www.thewatchery.com/Concord/w...01&mpn=0301316

    And the equivalent new model is here
    http://www.thewatchery.com/Concord/w...01&mpn=0311164

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