TIMEX Viscount Automatics Series
Viscount is the automatic series of TIMEX mechanical men's watches. In the early 60's the M31 and M32 (date) movements were used. They were both M24 movements with an additional functionality of self winding (and date). In the late 60's through late 70's the M107, M108 (date) and M109 (day/date) were used.
You can recognize a TIMEX Viscount by the the printed Automatic on the dial or as the watch below shows, self wind in the early days. The TIMEX Viscount series was first manufactured in 1961 in Great Britain.
TIMEX Viscount Self-Wind ref. 4047 from 1969
Timex US Catalog 1977
Gold Plated TIMEX Viscount Calendar (1972)
Sometimes a watch comes in and your only thought is "Just Wow!". It's the stunning combination of the bracelet and the case, the pitch black center of the dial, and the black roman numerals on a gold dial, the mat brushed and the high polished parts. Everything is well balanced and adds to the complete picture.
And it even has a touch of pink. Both the minute track as the sweep seconds hand are off white pink which makes this TIMEX Viscount Calendar a true piece of watch art.
It has a gold plated case. The bezel has a matt brushed finish where the two sides of the case are highly polished. On the steel jubilee-liike bracelet we see the same patern. PCL's, polished center links, and matt brushed side links. A perfect combination. Reference 46661 is powered by the TIMEX M32 automatic movement.
ref. 47670 (1972)
project ref. 47672 (1972)
ref. 47670 (1973)
So far I haven't been able to find this specific model in the TIMEX cataolgs. However, I have found some variations on this dial configuration.