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Violin ID help please

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I’ve just bought this violin as it has a powerful,resonant and  bright sound. I also really liked the deep cut scroll and decorative purfling on the back. Any help with identifying it would be much appreciated. There is some crackling in the varnish as I’ve tried to show in the close up picture of the back and the saddle but it is not unsightly. Thanks.

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Oh, oh, me me me me... I’ll try this one.  Going out on a limb and going to say a better than average MK early 20th century, inset saddle is a later addition.  The thin and rounded pegbox sans blackened inside was meant to make it look more French.  

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I should have said that I bought this at a local auction as a nineteenth century violin. Hence my problem with where it might have been made. The replies so far suggest it is German and I did think this likely but it seems rather nicer than the trade fiddles I’ve seen.

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