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US Navy model 1852 sword - black grip regulations

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    I noticed that while the wast majority of US Naval swords model 1852 have white grips (whether wood, stingray skin or plastic) there are a few that are black. Does it signify anything? I mean, did the regulations strictly specify the color of the grip or not?

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    I noticed that while the wast majority of US Naval swords model 1852 have white grips (whether wood, stingray skin or plastic) there are a few that are black. Does it signify anything? I mean, did the regulations strictly specify the color of the grip or not?
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