07/31/2012. This two-seat trainer and sport plane was first registered on September 22, 1925 to 'Alte Adler' (Old Eagle) Willy Steinkrau▀, a flight instructor and advertising pilot of Halberstadt, Germany.
On February 6, 1927, Steinkrau▀ made a landing on the snowy flat summit of the highest mountain in northern Germany, the Brocken (3,743 ft, 1,142 m). Upon landing the aircraft was damaged, Steinkrau▀ and his passenger remained unharmed, but the aircraft was transported back home by train.
From February 1928 to February 1929 it was registered to Luftfahrt GmbH Halberstadt at Halberstadt, and during this period carried an advertisement for Chlorodont, a German toothpaste brand. Subsequently the aircraft was sold to K. Werner of Kaiserslautern, its ultimate fate is unknown.