An early Goldsmith catchers mitt, I think 1910-15.
The cloth patch was a new one for me. It is gold on black with the trademark iron cross logo in the center. Around that in a circle is stitched the lettering, "Sporting Goods With Guarantee". Outside the circle is a free-form gold sewn shape. This was Goldsmith's rendition of the look of a wax stamp seal. I have seen this on the red on white cloth patch but not on this color scheme before. It is amazing how many different cloth patch designs Goldsmith used between 1905-25.
No logo visible on the front. Model number 91 at the heel
This view show the 1906 patented laced pocket adjuster. After 1910 this design was slowly phased out in favor of a simpler web through the perimeter lacing