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Please help me ID. I can mark them as: Tyrolean (Germany - Europe) baroque violin style of Jacob Stainer, Late 18th century? The corner blocks athey are tight fitting with no gaps. There is rib material between the neck and block joint, the lower and upper rib in one piece, saddle is embedded in the top plate, beveled fingerboard, fixing baroque necks - screw etc. In my opinion, the bottom plate of the violin and the neck (maple) were attacked by a worm before the violin was made. The holes (damaged) by the worms are perpendicular, the paths are shallow - no damage that penetrates deep or below the surface. Please give your opinion - thank you. More detailed photos - https://photos.app.goo.gl/wERquoAdCPG2fEPHA