1891 Barlow HS defeated Pim 64 26 60 75
I found an auction item from 2002 on homepage Invaluable Art Market.
Pursuant to attached description:
"A silver-gilt two-handled cup and cover by Mappin and Webb, London, 1925, the cup inscribed Lawn Tennis, The Queen's Cup, Gentlemen's Open Singles, Winners, also engraved with the names of the cup winners from 1890 to 1925, concluding with F.G. Lowe 16in. (40.6cm.) high The Queen's Cup is engraved with the names of the following champions: D.G Chaytor, 1890; J. Pim, 1891; E.W. Lewis, 1892; J. Pim; 1893; H.S. Mahony, 1894; H.S. Barlow, 1895; H.S. Mahony, 1896; H.L. Doherty, 1897; H.L. Doherty,1898; H.S. Mahony, 1899; A.W.Gore, 1900; C.R. Dixon, 1901; M.J.G. Ritchie, 1902; G. Greville, 1903; M.J.G. Ritchie, 1904; H. Ward, 1905; M.J.G. Ritchie, 1906; A.F. Wilding, 1907; K. Powell, 1906; A.F. Wilding, 1910; A.F. Wilding, 1911; A.F. Wilding, 1912; F.G. Lowe, 1913; F.G. Lowe, 1914; Capt. P. Ohara Wood, 1919; W.M. Johnston, 1920; Z. Shimiozu, 1921; Colonel H.G. Mayes, 1922; Vincent Richards, 1923; Colar F. Kingscote, 1924; and F.G. Lowe, 1925."
On the Cup Pim's name is engraved for the year 1891. I presume the cup which made in 1925 is refuse perhaps for the sake of this
false data but I like your affirmation. Otherwise the description (or the etchwork on the cup) denote disturbing details about between 1906 and 1910. I wait for your opinion.
Best Wishes Hungarian Boy