A Lion Match Co. trademark whose match books contained 14 match sticks in two combs and measured 3 3/16 in. by 1 1/8 in. These match books were produced between 1934 and 1943 for the popular clutch purse style of evening bag. In 1943, the O.P.A. (Office of Price Administration) ruled a single size staple for all match books, thus ending the production of Midgets, 10-stick and 12-stick matchcovers. There are over 7,500 varieties known. It is generally believed that this size was made 60% by Lion, 30% by Ohio and 10% by Diamond Match Companies. (See Ten Strike, Twelve Strike, Half Sizes, Juniors).