This is a genuine original cast iron still bank in the form of a goose that was made by Arcade in the 1920s. It features advertising cast into the side that reads Red Goose School Shoes. ” It stands about 3 3/4″ high, is painted red (of course) and has strong gold highlighting. It is shown as number 628 in the Moore’s book. Guaranteed all original, no repaint, no repair, no damage. Red Goose Shoes were made in St. Louis beginning around the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, and the name was trademarked in 1906, at a time when that City became known for booze, blues and shoes. ” Competing with Buster Brown Shoes, the Company grew with the slogan “half the fun of having feet is Red Goose Shoes. I will be listing additional original cast iron banks in the next few weeks. The item “1920s Arcade cast iron Red Goose School Shoes advertising still bank St. Louis” is in sale since Sunday, January 24, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Banks, Registers & Vending\Still, Piggy Banks\Animals\Other Animal-Shaped Banks”. The seller is “mfmtoys” and is located in Barrington, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped worldwide.