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    Quote Originally Posted by saskwatch View Post
    Bingcheng

    Not heard of Bingcheng. Do you have any additional info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meijlinder View Post
    Not heard of Bingcheng. Do you have any additional info?
    Not a lot. Bingcheng watches were manufactured in Harbin. Bingcheng means "Ice City", a nickname for Harbin. I don't know whether they were products of Harbin Watch Factory or another factory. The logo appears to be the Flood Control Monument in Stalin Park.

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