Some time ago I stumbled upon photos of very unusually colored civilian Hansa-Brandenburg W.29. To make some coloring guide I painted this profile, using Ronny Bar W.29 profile for airplane shape reference.
Colors are my speculation, I guess fuselage is red with white stripes, tail plane - red, floats - bituminous black, wings are unclear but most likely plain gray (or also red) with CDL underneath, no visible markings whatsoever.
Here you can see photos of this machine: www.flickr.com/photos/colesair…
16 Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 machines belong to Denmark. They were produced under the license as H.M.I (Floatplane monoplane, type 1). Looks like 2 of them were used in search and rescue service at the station located in Avnø (registration numbers 20,30 serial numbers o.v.51, o.v.52, in service since 1 May 1927). All others in the military. I guess this striped one has to be one of these search and rescue machines, or maybe both of them were having same scheme.