Replica package. Block filled for structure. Complete “dummy” item including correct wartime paper inner wrapping (not foil), tax stamp etc.
Note: WHITE Lucky Strike was introduced in the 1940 Raymond Loewy rebrand. Although Green packages continued production into 1941 as the tail end of the old art, White is the predominant package for World War II. And no…it wasn’t about green dye for uniforms. Brand messaging (propaganda) at its finest! Indeed the true story is that Lucky was being surpassed by Camel at retail. The white label was meant to signify a healthier option through color theory, and it did indeed work.
As with all of our replicas, we only sell the highest quality packaging. You will not find scanned-in, aged imperfections as all of our products are 100% newly produced vector-based art. That is to say, we simply don’t rip off old labels and photocopy them like others do.
All dimensions, materials, etc. are spot-on replicas of the original. You’ll get that World War II look without the obvious aging that a scanned-in image will give you.