Help with identification - Stewart Wondertone?

blindbug123

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I picked up this uke at a thrift shop and it doesn’t have any markings at all on it. After looking forever to find something that looked like it, I THINK it is a Stewart Wondertone baritone from the 50s, but I don’t see any way that an ID emblem could have been attached to the head? Is this a possible reproduction? Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
 

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blindbug123

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I was told that it might have been made by "United Guitar co." In Newark New Jersey, in the mid to late '40s. Yours is the closest I've seen to the one I have. Just this week I installed some new Grover friction tuners and some Aquila strings. Sounds nice...