Three floors up from Rembrandt's Night Watch, this British fighter and racer is on display in the foremost museum in the Netherlands. It's an odd choice in my opinion because other than the designer, Frits Koolhoven, there is nothing Dutch about it. This airframe did fly at the ELTA exhibition in Amsterdam in 1919.
Dutchman Frits Koolhoven designed this fighter for the British BAT company in 1918. F1654 was used for racing after the war, wearing these colours and provisional civil registration K-123. Beautifully restored, it was moved to the grand Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam in 2012, even though it's hardly a Dutch aircraft.