MATCH EXCISE STAMP
Preferred (BML&BS) terms: banderole (long), tax seal (short).
In the USA the "match excise stamp" is more familiar.
Tax stamps and banderoles are similar to modern tax (excise) stamps on alcoholic drinks and cigarettes used in some countries. The duty on matches was applied at various times by many countries which did not have match monopoly.
"Either extensions to a matchbox label or separate additional labels that act as seals on each end of a matchbox to demonstrate it has not been previously opened and that tax has been paid. A banderole applied to a matchbox long enough to seals both ends to demonstrate it has not been previously opened and that tax has been paid. When each end is sealed with separate labels they are termed tax seals. Mint and complete used tax seals are rarely seen." (definition from the BML&BS site)
In Russia the match tax stamps and banderoles were used till 1917. In other countries (for example, in Italy and India) almost till modern times
Equvivalent Russian terms Бандероль, Акцизная бандероль
Italian tax seal
(From collection of A. & A. Chekushins)