Colt Pocket Navy Revolvers are probably the most difficult model to find with factory engraving. This revolver is beautifully engraved, probably by Gustave Young in late vine style without background. Accompanied by a rare Colt mahogany casing that is velvet lined with rare contour partitioning in the bottom. This gun is in fine to very fine condition, all matching including wedge and cyl. Rammer and grip are properly unnumbered. Bbl retains about 40% thin bright blue blending with patina, a couple of cleaned spots and a few scattered spots of light pitting. Rammer retains dark faded case colors. Frame and hammer show faded case colors. Cyl retains traces of blue in the rebated area and shows about 85% light stagecoach hold-up scene roll marking (as is usual for this model) with four of the five safety pins still showing. Trigger guard and backstrap retain most of their strong orig silver plating. Grip has a chipped heel and toe with light age lines. Hammer screw is a replacement. Mechanics are fine. Hammer screw is a good replacement. Case has a couple of cracks in the bottom, otherwise is sound with storage and handling nicks and scratches and retains most of its orig varnish. Interior, which was probably originally brown, is faded to a light creamy tan with light soil in the bottom. Partitions are all intact. Flask retains about 80% patina finish and the mold about 65-70% orig blue. Cap tin is fine. This is a very rare gun in an almost impossible to find case. It needs a skin pack to complete what would be a great and rare set.