It was made out of wood and fabric with cantilevered 'gull' wings. A B-version in 1938 had thinner wings with a modified section and the gull's kink in a different place. The undercarriage was non-retractable. It was the first glider built to carry water-ballast in a tank behind the pilot.(Wikipedia)
A 1935 Minimoa is on display at the National Soaring Museum in Elmira, NY (USA). The only known Minimoa still in private ownership in the USA is a 1938 owned by Jerry Wenger in Powell, WY (USA).(Wikipedia)
" The Minimoa was the world's first high performance glider built in series production. From 1935 to 1939,110 aircraft of this type left the Schempp-Hirth sports aircraft factory in Kirchheim-Teck. "
Glasflügel H-201 Standard Libelle
The prototype made its first flight in October 1967, with a total of 601 being built. The type soon made its mark in contest flying; one flown by Per-Axel Persson of Sweden, winner of the 1948 World Championships, came second in the Standard Class at the 1968 World Championships at Leszno in Poland. (Wikipedia)