A high-wing monoplane with a curved leading edge.
It is a Blériot V. Only one was ever built and it did not fly very well. (if at all)
It was a canard configuration pusher monoplane so you are looking at it backwards. The curved part of the wing is the trailing edge, not the leading edge.
That is almost undoubtedly the Blériot V
The Blériot V was an early French aircraft built by Louis Blériot in 1907 and was his first monoplane. Although Blériot only achieved a couple of short flights in it, the second resulting in a crash which damaged the aircraft beyond repair, it was the first of his experimental aircraft to achieve any measure of success.
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Here is a slightly clearer image of your "crashed" instance