The amount of KISS merchandise out there is staggering. Members of the KISS Army have been collecting items since the band formed in the 1970s, but some of the merch is far rarer than others. If you want the ultimate collection, you'll have to do some digging to find these KISS collectibles.
KISS KasketKmazur/WireImage/Getty Images
Originally released in 2001, the KISS Kasket (yes, a real casket) sold for $5,000. They were limited edition, so if you didn't get one in 2001 or during the second run in 2011, then you'd have to find a collector willing to part with one.
KISS Double-Vue For View-MasterWorthPoint
Remember the View-Master? It was a little plastic toy that you could use to see things in 3D. KISS had their own movie reels for the device in 1978, called Double-Vue. It featured two short films and behind-the-scenes footage from their concerts. Not only are they hard to find now, but the device to watch them on is also a rarity.
KISS Underwear From 1980Everything KISS
Most KISS underwear is easy to find, but that's not the case for these pairs. The men's briefs, emblazoned with the band's faces, came out in 1980 and are incredibly hard to find now.