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The final journey

Almost as iconic as the coffin itself, the black hearse is synonymous with the funeral profession. Traditionally seen with a funeral director walking in front, this is done as a mark of respect but also to give other cars time to join the cortege.The word hearse came from the French word ‘herse’, meaning a harrow, and originally stood over the bier or coffin and supported the pall.

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