Question: What kind of crucifix is THAT?
Answer: THAT is not a crucifix.
In order for a physical object to be a crucifix, it must
--- be first a CROSS (which "that" is okay)
--- have the corpus of Our Lord on it (traditionally that means with minimal clothing, since He was stripped
before being crucified, but THAT shows Him wearing a robe and full garments, so it fails on that account)
--- show the NAILS in the hands and feet* (THAT is not only missing the nails, it's missing the wounds the nails made --
On closer look, it appears to have the wounds from the nails, but a real crucifix MUST show the nails themselves)
--- have the letters INRI either carved into the vertical post above His head, or be on a sign or scroll there (THAT has neither)
--- usually show the crown of thorns on Our Lord's head, which He had in fact (which THAT does not have at all)
Therefore, it FAILS the test of being a crucifix: it is missing the INRI, no nails/
, and way too much clothing.
The fact that the crown of thorns is missing is a demerit, but since it's not absolutely essential, is just a negative, but not a FAIL.
* In exorcisms, the devil taunts a priest when the crucifix he's using is not made of real wood OR does not have nails holding Our Lord to the wood of the cross. In the Good Friday liturgy Catholics actually adore the wood of the Cross.