The label for the matchbox is crudely printed on thin, inferior quality wartime paper. The print quality is terrible.
I printed out a bunch of these reproduction labels and slapped them on some boxes for issue at an event where they were to be used quickly and discarded. I simply bought some small cardboard boxes of matches and covered them with construction paper (I had blue paper on hand), leaving one of the striking surfaces exposed, then added the label. Although the modern boxes are cardboard and not wood, and are not exactly the same size as the original, the result was decent and certainly passable for something to be consumed and thrown away.
With some effort it would be possible to craft a small wooden match box that would be an almost exact copy of the original. Here's a link to a PDF version of the sheet of labels: