Restored it would just be a mis-matched rifle, worth maybe 450-500. The eagle on left side in a Wiemer eagle, that is the final firing proof and for some reason the Wiemer style was used into 1938, 1939 on some makes.
I would do a "duffel cut" repair on that stock, preserve the main original matched portion. Then you would only have two m/m parts, upper band & bayo lug. Then you could blame that on the GI who brought it home!