The entire collection

 On the origin of my collection's propagation​

 

Early in the summer of 2010, an avid young Slipknot fan decided to buy a Gas Mask in order to emulate his idol, the band's turntablist; Sid Wilson. Little did he know that this would lead him to discover a new way of life in the World of Gas Mask Collecting. One purchase quickly lead to another and the hobby quickly propagated itself. Since then the collection has expanded exponentially and this gathering of Gas Masks currently consists of over 50 pieces which come from all around the world and different time periods.

 

As the collection began to grow extensively I thought that it would be beneficial to have all of these masks along with their correlated information uploaded onto this website as there isn't substantial documentation of the Gas Mask collecting hobby online.  I also perceived that this online archive could be useful for both beginner and veteran collectors who would like to read up on the field and add more knowledge to their arsenal.

 

You are invited to click on any one of the flags displayed below to view and learn about the masks used by that country throughout history. In order to return to this page simply press the mask shaped button found at the bottom of each page displayed below.

 

Thank you for visiting my website!

Soviet Masks

Soviet Masks

Russian Masks

Russian Masks

US Masks

US Masks

Korean Masks

Korean Masks

Japanese Masks

Japanese Masks

German Masks

German Masks

Serbian Masks

Serbian Masks

British Masks

British Masks

Italian Masks

Italian Masks

Dutch Masks

Dutch Masks

Czech Masks

Czech Masks

Polish Masks

Polish Masks

Finnish Masks

Finnish Masks

Norwegian Masks

Norwegian Masks

Israeli Masks

Israeli Masks

Bulgarian Masks

Bulgarian Masks

Each of the flag images have been taken from their respective wikipedia pages.