Recently I ordered 5 boxes of the new Winchester Victory-edition 12ga brass shells. These are 5rd boxes, which come inside a collectible wooden box, and the shells are designed in the same style as the WWII era M19 00-buck loads. I didn’t realize when I ordered them, but 25rds is actually a case-quantity for this stuff, and this case package is sure to be rare in years to come. It’s about the most inefficient packing I have ever seen for ammo as one standard size shotshell / rifle cartridge sized case box houses only 5 of these wooden 5rd boxes, with cardboard separators in-between. The cost on these is around $19 to $20 per 5rd, with a retail of around $25 per box on the internet. The headstamp on the brass cases is relatively weak.
Winchester puts a novelty Lot number on the 5rd cardboard boxes of 1941-1945, but the true lot number is printed on the end of the case box and is: LT10H26
Sticker on bottom of wooden box: