Rian Roon Rek (1st Issue Medallion) – Luang Por Chaem – Year 2485 B.E. – Made of COPPER (1st Prize Award Winner)
Name: Rian Roon Rek (1st Issue Medallion)
Blessed by: Luang Por Chaem
Temple: Wat Ta Kong, Nakhon Pathom
Year: Approx. 2485 B.E. ( 1942 A.D. )
Material made: Made of COPPER
CHAMPION AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ONE OF TOP TIERED MEDALLION OF THE ENTIRE NAKHON PATHOM PROVINCE!
BLESSED BY ONE OF THE TOP TIERED MONKS OF NAKHON PATHOM!
This featured medallion is easily one of the most recognizable and important medallion of the entire Nakhon Pathom Province and is something highly sought after by bona fide collectors all over the industry.
Luang Por Chaem of Wat Ta Kong is known to be one of the top tiered holy monks of Thailand from the province of Nakhon Pathom. He seek tutelage from Luang Pu Tah of Wat Paniang Tack and Luang Pu Boon of Wat Klang Bang Kaew, which he learned greatly from both. At a certain point of time, he became the teacher of Luang Por Tae Wat Sarm Ngam, another very prominent holy monk of Nakhon Pathom.
What you see here is the 1st Issue Medallion that was blessed by Luang Por Chaem. What is immediately striking about the medallion is the design, which is unconventional and unique, yet with a significant purpose why it was designed in such a way.
It was made for soldiers participating in World War to protect them from danger.
Luang Por Chaem himself has no particular intention to create an amulet that bears his image but as able bodied young men were being enlisted into the armed forces one by one to participate in World War II, many of the parents of these young soldiers whom are devotees of Luang Por Chaem, pleaded for something that can protect them from harm, hence this particular batch of medallions were meticulously created.
Every single detail from how the medallion is shaped or what details were found on the medallion were meticulously thought so with protection and safety as the paramount priority!
The round center of the medallion is surrounded by 16 jagged edges, each with a Yantra written within. It is known as “Yant Phra Jao Sib Hok Ong” which translates to “The Sixteen Deity Yantra” and it is known to offer superior protection for the bearer of the medallion.
The two rifles found on the bottom front of the medallion is actually known as a “restraining order” that protects the bearer from an exchange of gun fire!
The back of the medallion features the magical drawing of Hanuman with his arms open wide known as “Yant Hanuman Khum Tahp” which protects the bearer from all forms of danger and harm!
The condition of this medallion is almost flawless! It is in a near perfect condition despite having a history of approximately 80 years! This is easily the most beautiful Luang Por Cham’s 1st Issue Medallion we have ever witnessed! All important details and features of the medallion are extremely well preserved and texture is amazingly immaculate!
Highly undervalued for an amulet of such cultural and historical excellence!
INCLUSIVE OF A VINTAGE SOLID GOLD FRAMING!
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