This is likely the late war version of the ZAZA hand soap. ZAZA Cleans the hands! It is a rough soap for very dirty hands. The price is for one bar.
The 1942 dated version sold elsewhere online has a complete paper wrapper but these are merely wrapped with a paper band. Reductions in material usage like this were common with late war manufacturing. It is a rough soap, sort of a pumice soap or more like a GoJo or similar shop soap that really scrapes the dirt off. Perfect accessory for a vehicle display. They are in fair condition, they are dirty and may have tears/holes in the paper wrapping. They actually dust off pretty nicely and you can use an eraser to lightly remove the dirt on the paper. Each bar of soap measures about 2 1/8" by 1 7/8".
I did try one of the bars that was missing it label already. I have to say, I am not so sure it "cleans the hands" like I would expect soap to. I guess the best way to describe it is that it would clean really dirty hands, but is not a casual wash-your-hands-real-quick-for-supper kind of soap.