AMERICAN FIRST AID PACKETS CARLISLE MODEL WITH SULFANILAMIDE
GOVERNMENT ISSUED These first aid packets are pressed brass, painted olive green and sealed with a pull tape. Each tin contains one wound dressing. These tins are the 1941 to 1943 issue with sulfanilamide shaker envelopes. One tin would be kept inside the first aid pouch on the pistol belt, and sometimes an additional tin was carried in a pocket.
As these are original no two are the same so you may not get what is pictured.
The writing on the tin reads: Front: First Aid Packet, U.S Gov't - Carlisle Model - To open: Pull tape - Red color indicates back of dressing - Put other side next to wound Back: SAYS WITH SULFANILAMIDE or WITH CRYSTALLINE SULFANILAMIDE MFG BY Bauer & Black - Div. of the Kendall Co.