Box & 25 cartridges.
Buff cardboard box with buff label printed in black, containing 25 cartridges with semi-jacketed bullets.
Greece issued a number of .38 revolvers, mainly Colt Army Specials (described as Model 1915 in Greece) to its army and navy, and the .38 Special was clearly a reasonably popular cartridge. The Greek Powder & Cartridge Company described this unusual semi-jacketed bullet construction as 'semi-enclosed'. As the cartridge case lacks the 'Hellas' marking, it is probably commercial rather than Greek military. This box of cartridges was found in EOKA possession.
1) printed on top of box
2) stamped in black on bottom of box
1) Inscription in Greek with 'EPK' logo and reference to 25 .38 Special cartridges
2) No 13074 E
3) EPK (transliterated) // 38 SPL