While I don't actively hunt for (or with!) them, every now and then I'll stumble up a knife that calls out to me - like this vintage Taylor, Japan folding knife. The handle is elk horn, with warmly worn brass on either end, and a click to the locking mechanism at the base satisfying locks the blade in place once extended. It's seen use for sure but is great looking still, and feels terrific to hold and use. Wear all over but overall in good shape. I have not tried to clean or sharpen the blade.
Closed, it measures 5"x1 3/8" x 1/2". Open it is 8 3/4" long.