This aircraft paper model is a Focke-Wulf F 19A Ente (German: Duck), a variant of the Focke-Wulf F 19, which was a German experimental "canard" aircraft in the late 1920s, the papercraft is created by Reimers, and the scale of the paper fighter is in 1:50.
The F 19 Ente was a high-wing monoplane with a canard layout and fixed tricycle undercarriage. The pilot sat in an open cockpit, while an enclosed cabin was provided for two or three passengers. The canard was mounted on short struts above the nose of the aircraft, ahead of the cockpit, and the two engines were housed in nacelles mounted under the wings.
The F 19 design was set so that the front stabilizer would stall some moments before the rear-mounted main wing, which in theory made the Ente virtually stall proof.