Model Fokker Dr.I Triplane (Dreidecker) seen in a neighbor’s house.
According to Acepilots.com:
While it remains the most famous airplane of World War One, only 320 of the Fokker Dr.1 Triplane were built (compared to thousands of Spads, Nieuports, Albatroses, and Sopwith Camels). Inspired by the devastating performance of the Sopwith Triplane, Anthony Fokker designed and built the Dr.I Dreidecker, and delivered the first triplanes to Manfred von Richthofen‘s Jagdgeschwader I in late August 1917. After a brief familiarization flight, the “Red Baron” took aircraft number 102/17 up on September 1, and promptly shot down a British R.E.8 of No. 6 Sqn, whose crew probably thought the three-winged craft was a friendly Sopwith.
Taken with a Sony RX-100 M3.