I have an ICA Ideal 225 (c.1922) which looks similar. These were a popular design and I think there was a similar French model.
The Compur shutters are very good, and the lens says "Hofmeister". There is one on Leicashop for sale, and they've called the camera a Hofmeister, but that may be because that is the only clue to a name.
Often, the maker's name (or camera model) is stamped into the leather handle.
Anyway, you've got a good solid camera with all the adjustments (these cameras were often used for architectural photography), good shutter, and if the lens is comparable quality to those of the era, it'll be very good too.