Your pics aren't the greatest.
Based on the appearance of the tuners and endpin, the fact that it looks brand new, and that it seems to have a shiny red finish, I'd guess it was made in China.
Not having a label might mean that it was made in a factory, with the idea that a wholesaler could re-brand them in future. A hand-made, one-off instrument is likely to be "signed" by the maker.
Has the seller told you how old it is? A common problem is that the wood in lower quality instruments might not be sufficiently dry. When it dries out in a few years, it can change shape and crack.
As always, it's a great idea to take it to a luthier for examination!