User: Queen's Hotel
Date of cups: circa 1907-1920
Notes: The Queen's Hotel was opened in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada, in 1884, and served, according to MuskokaRegion.com, "as a rest stop for weary travelers headed north, wealthy businessmen and lone travelers who didn't like to be asked questions." After it closed in 1944, it also served as a group home and then the Village Inn Restaurant and Lounge.
Today (2021), the ground level front of the hotel is a boutique, but a large section of the inside and rear is being renovated and rebuilt.
The actual manufacturer of the cup is not known, but a listing on Worthpoint of a mustard pot with the same design is backstamped for England's Wood & Sons with a date range of 1907 to 1920.
White body cup with a circular belt logo in green with the words Queen's Hotel at the top of the belt circle and the word Bracebridge in the center of the circle formed by the belt. Three accent lines adorn the top of the cup – a thin green line, then a thicker red line, followed by another thin green line. Then near the bottom of the cup another thin green line serves as a base for the belt logo.
ID and photos contributed by Cameron Scholes