Insignia Colour Guide No. 2 -
Fokker D.VII in Foreign Colour Schemes


1. Fokker D.VII
Serial no. unknown, 2nd Soviet Aviatryad, 1922. Aircraft is Dark Green on all upper surfaces and wheel covers, with Pale Blue lower surfaces. Forward fuselage and cowling is finished in a deeper shade of Dark Green than the rest of the aircraft. Rudder is Red. Egyptian style graphic on fuselage is Black, White and Pink. Wing stars are Red.


2. Fokker D.VII
Serial no. 1C.352 (formerly 1C.357) , Finnish Air Force, 1920. Aircraft wears a 'splinter' type colour scheme, possibly in (from left) Dark Brown, Blue, Green and Sand, with Light Grey lower surfaces. Serial number is Black. Finnish national markings are Light Blue on White discs.


3. Fokker D.VII
Civil registration B-BIXP, Bulgarian Air Force, Bozhurishte, 1926. Aircraft is Clear Doped Linen overall, with Dark Grey or Black forward fuselage panels and struts. Note the addition of an extra passenger cockpit on this machine. Bulgarian civil registration is Black on a White rectangle. Wheel covers are Dark Green.

Background
The illustrations above are all taken from our Insignia Colour Guide No. 2 - Fokker D.VII in Foreign Colour Schemes. This 52 page A5 publication with full colour covers has colour details for 84 individual aircraft, and is available in 2 versions, with either 1/72 or 1/48 scale decals.

ICG-7202 - With 1/72 scale decals (personal markings included for 35 aircraft).
View Fokker D.VII 1/72 scale decal sheet



ICG-4802 - With 1/48 scale decals (personal markings included for 25 aircraft).
View Fokker D.VII 1/48 scale decal sheet

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