A very nice 1970s Brazillian guitar with a very fine spruce top and what looks to me like Brazillian rosewood back and sides. Brazillian rosewood is one of the most prized tonewods in the world, and is no longer exported so that would make this a very special instrument indeed.
It has a 600mm (24″) scale length, and a fairly short body. The scale lenght would put it somewhere between a nominal 3/4 and 7/8 size guitar, and the neck is slightly narrower (49mm at the nut). It would therefore suit a player whose hands are too small for a full size classical guitar.
There are a couple of dings to the top (see photos). Comes in a decent hard case.
A very nice playing guitar, warm and mellow, more bossa nova than flamenco.
Scale length 600mm (24″), total length 96cm, width of nut 49mm, length of body 47cm, width of body at widest point 36cm, depth of body 9cm.