Ooh nice. Looks like a 201 (the cylinderbacks being designated 202, 203, 205 and 207, according to furniture and ornamentation)
Whilst woods do change, the catalogue I have which features it offers the following specification:
Body. Mahogany body, top edge inlaid with black and white purfling, fiberloid bound, soundhole inlaid with marquetry, fiberloid bound, art tortoise shell guard plate.
Neck. Mahogany, rosewood veneered head-piece. Extension ebony finger board, 20 rolled nickel silver frets, hand finished, pearl position marks.
Trimmings. Ebony hand finished bridge, ivory nut, detachable, nickel plated tailpiece, selected strings, nickel plated machines, French polished.
Unfortunately, the art tortoise mentioned has been wilfully pushed to extinction by artless legislators in the West. Would that they had directed their doleful gaze towards the mother of toilet seat abalone instead.