This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit.
From the manufacturer:
The Spad VII was a French fighter of World War I, introduced in 1916. It was built in large numbers during 1916 and 1917, not only in France but also in Great Britain and Italy, and in Russia by the "Dux" joint-stock company. Russian-build Spad VIIs wer used not only in World War I but also during the post-revolutionary period. They took part in the civil war in Russia, and in the Soviet-Polish conflict of 1920. Some Spad VIIs served in the Air Force of the Ukrainian National Republic. A characteristic feature of the machines used in Russia was re-equipping them with skis during the winter period. For this purpose, the undercarriage was dismantled and in its place skis of various types were fitted. In total, the Dux plant produced 100 fighters of this type.
Includes decals for 2 different aircraft.