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    February 1976 Baoshihua

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    March 1982 Jilin-made Shenhua (ginseng flower)

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    SS1-style Suzhou, made in the early to mid-1970s


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    February 1975 Shanghai 7120 with the early 1524-style caseback.


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    One of the earliest mass-produced tongji watches, a Baoshihua (probably 1972)



    The SZ1's balance wheel and click aren't the same as later versions.

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    another from the 1970s, a Zuanshi SM1A-K



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    Taihang

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    Zhongshan

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