The Centenary AMUSU Electrical Game was manufactured and distributed by Impex Print & Cartoon Co., West Melbourne, in 1933.
The game's name may reference the AMUSU cinemas which operated in Australia (Sydney, Perth and Maroubra, NSW) and in the United States (California, Texas, etc) at the time.
Cardboard box, printed in orange and black. Features painted image of Aboriginal man holding a spear; in the background is the skyline of a city - meant to be Melbourne.
Text, box lid: THE CENTENARY/AMUSU/ELECTRICAL GAME/Educational and Instructive. A printed label (black on white) on the underside of the box reads: PHONE F 3151 / MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTED / by / IMPEX PRINT & CARTOON CO. / HAWKE STREET / MELBOURNE / VICTORIA / PATENT APPLIED FOR No 14698-33
Type of item
202 mm (Width), 262 mm (Depth), 420 mm (Height)