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    Collectible Tintin resin figurine - SHIVA - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46005

    €106.61

    Collectible Tintin resin figurine - SHIVA - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

     

    The ninth figurine in the Imaginary Museum's collection is a reproduction of the god Shiva, one of the most important deities of Hinduism and represents the sacrifice necessary for regeneration after death. This is the religion with the largest number of followers in India, a country that Tintin visits in Cigars of the Pharaoh and at the beginning of The Blue Lotus. The sculpture of Shiva Nataraja, the king of dance, appears on page 50 of Cigars of the Pharaoh when a believer wants to sacrifice Snowy after Tintin's dog has bitten a cow.

     

    Features

    Material: Polychrome resin (hand painted)

    Measurements: 33.5 cm (height) and 17.5 cm (length)

    Edition: Numbered

    Contains: Certificate of authenticity

    Year of production: 2018

    Box measures: 39x24x16 cm

    Quantity
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    Collectible Tintin resin figurine - SHIVA - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

     

    The ninth figurine in the Imaginary Museum's collection is a reproduction of the god Shiva, one of the most important deities of Hinduism and represents the sacrifice necessary for regeneration after death. This is the religion with the largest number of followers in India, a country that Tintin visits in Cigars of the Pharaoh and at the beginning of The Blue Lotus. The sculpture of Shiva Nataraja, the king of dance, appears on page 50 of Cigars of the Pharaoh when a believer wants to sacrifice Snowy after Tintin's dog has bitten a cow.

     

    Features

    Material: Polychrome resin (hand painted)

    Measurements: 33.5 cm (height) and 17.5 cm (length)

    Edition: Numbered

    Contains: Certificate of authenticity

    Year of production: 2018

    Box measures: 39x24x16 cm

    Product Details

    46005