My favorite guitar: It's a 1948 España Classical Guitar. It's 60 years old and there are a few of it's little things that make it pretty cool:
The trim is actual Ivory and the inlaid crowns are real Mother of Pearl. The pattern around the sound hole is actual inlaid wood parquet, not a decal. The finish is Nitroacetate, and the wood is actually solid pieces of wood, rather than instrument quality laminate.....much better tone, and the wood has been seasoned and played for 60 years. It only makes this type of guitar sound better as it ages.
Top is Spruce, neck is Rosewood, sides and back are Mahogany, and look at that grain, you don't see wood like that anymore. Rosewood fingerboard as well, and one unusual feature is the neck has a relief rod in it. This is very unusual for a classical guitar.
Model is SL-100, which means is;'s actually a students guitar, but it's hand made by a Luthier, in of all places, Finland. Hagstrom is the parent company.
The only real flaw is someone in the past has used a pick on it and scarred the top
Parquet inlay around the soundhole rather than a decal, just one of the details you don't get anymore
Note the beautiful grain on the back, here. Absolutely beautiful!