1913 - Sopwith D1 Three seat Biplane. 1913/14 - Sopwith Batboat Type 2, (The Joystick model is a 1a the type 2 is larger) Biplane Flying Boat. 1913 - Sopwith HT Seaplane, Biplane/Floatplane Inline engine HT=Hydro Tractor. Several types one of which was entered in the Circuit of Britain. 1913 - Sopwith Tabloid, Single seat biplanes More than one type (SS1 SS3 Type R ????). 1913/14 - Sopwith Sociable or Churchill, Enlarged tabloid multi seat side by side hence the name. 1913/14 - Sopwith SPGn, Sopwith Pusher Gun Carrier may also have been the Sopwith Gunbus. 1914 - Sopwith Type 137 Seaplane Biplane. 1914 - Sopwith Spinning Jenny or Two Seat Scout Landplane version of the Folder. 1914/15 - Sopwith Type 860 Seaplane, Large two seat Seaplane. 1915 - Sopwith Sigrists Bus, Said to be the ancestor of the 1 1/2 Strutter. 1915 - SLTBP Sopwith Light tractor Biplane, One of the Ancestors of the Pup. May also have been called the Sparrow 1917 - Sopwith Bee, One of Harry Hawkers runabouts, diminutive biplane 50hp Gnome. 1916 - Sopwith Hispano triplane, Larger than a Clerget triplane. 1916 - Sopwith LRTTr Long Range tractor triplane, Ugly looking plane would be great as a scratchbuild - Hispano powered. 1917 - Sopwith B1 and B2, Large single seat Hispano powered biplane Bombers ancestors of the T1 Cuckoo. 1918 - Sopwith Scooter single seat monoplane Camel, Runabout used by Harry Hawker.) 1918 - Sopwith Swallow Military development of the Scooter. 1918 - Sopwith Dragon, Unsuccessful Dragonfly engined Snipe. 1918 - Sopwith TF1, ground attack Camel conversion. 1918 - Sopwith Buffalo, two seat ground attack aircraft. The Sopwith Buffalo was a two bay, armoured two seater ground attack aircraft powered by a 230 Hp Bentley Rotary. Despite operational trial in October of 1918, the type was too late for active service, only two of the type were built. 1917 - Sopwith 3F2 Hippo, Two seat negative stagger biplane. Looks like a rotary engined Dolphin with rear gunner. 1917/18 - Sopwith 2FR2 Bulldog, Two seater looks like a Snipe another great looking aircraft. 1917 - Sopwith 2B2 Rhino, Another triplane. two seater inline engine. 1918 - Sopwith 8F1 Snail, ABC Radial engine (Wasp) Single seater. 1918 - Sopwith Snark, ABC Dragonfly engined Triplane. Single seater. 1918 - Sopwith Snapper Biplane, ABC engined Single seater. 1918 - Sopwith Cobham Triplane, Llong range twin engined bomber (DH10 - Vimy Sized). Problem was ABC engines again. 1918 - Sopwith Atlantic, Built for the unsuccessful Daily Mail transatlantic flight by Hawker and Mackenzie-Grieve. 1919 - Sopwith Gnu, Postwar built for passengers and freight single engined staggered wing biplane. 1919 - Sopwith Wallaby, Similar to the Atlantic built for the prize for the first Australian to fly home from Europe. 1919 - Sopwith Antelope, Wallaby development to carry passengers and freight. 1919 - Sopwith Grasshopper, Two seat tourer, Radial engined looks similar to the Camel with two bay wings. 1919 - Sopwith Schneider / Rainbow. Same aircraft Schneider was a floatplane built for the Schneider trophy, renamed Rainbow in landplane form. Looks like a Bullet with baby wings and floats as far as I can see anyway.
Articles.... from an Original By Sopwith - Aircraft built from Sopwith's.