This French-made [?} navaja-type knife dates to the second half of the 19th century into the early 1900s, and measures 48 cm long overall, with a 21.5 cm long blade. Stag handle is free of damages, knife unfolds, folds back and locks just fine, and the steel of the blade has a nice patina. Two of the inset three diamond-like stones are long gone, but the third one remains in its setting. I couldn't locate any markings. This is a nice, honest, and very large folding knife...