Spanish Máscara Antigas DAGSA

The Spanish Máscara Antigas DAGSA was very similar to the German Gasmaske 201.  It was designed by Artillery Captain Antonio Blanco Garcia during the Spanish Civil War.  The first two examples shown are equipped with C.M.P. filters, and the third example is equipped with a Drager-Blanco filter.  These masks were made by Defensa Anti Gas Sociedad Anónima around 1936.

Máscara Antigas = "Gas Mask"

Defensa Anti Gas Sociedad Anónima = "Anti Gas Defense Corporation"

C.M.P. = Constructora de Material de Protección = "Construction Material Protection"

 

Similar masks in my collection:  Spanish Artilleria, German GM 235, German GTG

Stamp
Stamp

Stamp inside mask

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Filter
Filter

Filter stamp and sticker top view "CMP" "27-XI-54"

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Filter
Filter

Filter bottom view

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Carrier
Carrier

Metal canister top view

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Carrier
Carrier

Metal canister side view

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Lens inserts
Lens inserts

German anti-fog inserts

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Stamp
Stamp

Stamp inside mask "100759"

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Filter
Filter

Filter stamp and sticker top view "CMP" "27-XI-54"

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Filter
Filter

Filter bottom view

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Carrier
Carrier

Metal canister top view

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Carrier
Carrier

Metal canister side view

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Lens inserts
Lens inserts

German anti-fog inserts

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Stamps
Stamps

Stamps inside mask "DAGSA" "24389" "26422"

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Stamp
Stamp

Stamp inside mask "1"

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Stamp
Stamp

Stamp on exhale valve "DAGSA"

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Filter
Filter

Filter stamp top view "DAGSA"

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Filter
Filter

Sealed filter bottom view

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Filter
Filter

Filter label side view "DRAGER-BLANCO"

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Filter connector
Filter connector

Inlet/outlet bottom view

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DAGSA
DAGSA

Inlet/outlet interior view

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Filter
Filter

Drager-Blanco filter

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