Just a quick look...
It is obviously modelled after the Fender Telecaster, if it isn't actually a real Fender Tele. If it is infact a Telecaster it isn't that old as the really old, dare I say "vintage" Telecasters, did not have individual saddles per string. The original design had three saddles with two strings per saddle, an intonation nightmare to be sure.
With the logo removed I might be a kit guitar like a Warmoth or something along those lines, or it could be a Squier that somebody wanted to do the "relic'd" look with and was planning on slapping a Fender of logo at some point. Who knows for sure.
At the end of the day, I'd probably just give it a full set up and new strings. If you like it then keep it and just enjoy it and don't worry about the particulars too much. It doesn't really matter if it's a Fender or not, just if you like the way it plays and sounds.
I hope this helps.
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