Now this here is an odd bird. A variety of unique razors were made in France and sold under the Le Coq name, but there is a paucity of good, solid information about the company and exactly when the razors were made. Best guess, somewhere around the 1930s. This model, referred to by modern-day enthusiasts as the cage razor, or cagehead (for obvious reasons), has a reputation as a fearsomely aggressive shaver. It takes standard double-edge blades.
This one comes with a case and Le Coq blades, all in pretty nice condition!