Here is a illustration of the King Patent lining circa 1915
below is a 1" web Spalding glove with the King Patent lining. The lacing around the wrist is the telltale sign. This model looks like the lining was replaced at one time because of the funky relacing job with an old shoe lace. The ball player wanted to make sure the lining was secure so he double laced through some of the eyelets. Well it definitely worked.
Anybody ever wonder what the King Patent inner lining and padding looks like when removed from the glove?
Here it is, the inner glove sitting on top of the padding.
Interesting eyelets at the top of the fingers. These were portals to sew the inner glove to the padding using thread.
below is the canvas cover to the padding with the same type of eyelets at the top of the fingers. This was a nice attention to detail to keep the sewn connection really secure at the finger tips. The eyelets also made the replacement procedure simpler and somewhat self explanatory for the ball player.
The photo below is the front of the padding where the felt is actually attached to the canvas backing with thread. The thumb, pinky and heel pad is mostly intact.
Below is a photo of the shell of the glove. I am trying out different laces around the wrist. I may just use the old shoelace over again but I like the leather lace shown. It is a chocolate brown, thin flat leather that has the right look with the dark piping of the glove but I may need to dye and age it slightly because it looks a little too new.