L.Opdyke French Aeroplanes Before the Great War (Schiffer)
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Prince de Nissole designed an Albatross for Zodiac. He also designed and built a curious monoplane with elevator surfaces like sesquiplane wings below the main wings, with the pilot sitting in an uncovered fuselage with cruciform tail and tail wheel. Ailerons were attached to the trailing edges, like the Antoinette IV, and small hexagonal surfaces were fitted on each side between the wings and the ailerons.
(Length: 9 m; wing area: 16 sqm; weight; 320 kg; 25 hp Anzani)
2. Another monoplane for the Prince de Nissole, with Antoinette wings and ailerons, a long uncovered rectangular fuselage, rectangular elevators, and Antoinette-style fins and rudders. A small aileron (?) surface was visible on each side of the fuselage under the wing. A tailwheel was fitted.