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You Can Now Buy Ghana Dancing Pallbearers Figurines

JMG 1/64 Miniatures, a Hong Kong based figurine workshop has released the “Funeral Coffin Dance” figurines. Dancing with the coffin is an ancient tradition common in Ghana. The inhabitants of this country hire special dancers for the funeral to cheerfully send the dead to the next world.

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There are two sets. Set A has 7 people with a coffin. Set B has 5 people, with 4 of them crawling on the floor with the coffin on their back.

Set A costs US$49 while set B costs US$40. They are available for preorder til April 24. The shop supports international shipping.

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