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Sacred Buddhist coin amulet made in the image of the guru monk Luang Por Koon Purisutto of Wat Ban Rai temple in Nakorn Rachasima. Commissioned from the abbot of the temple of Wat Traimidtr in Bangkok. Jao Khun Tong Chai (Pra Taep Bhavana Vikrom), the abbot of Wat Dtraimidtr temple, has beseeched and commissioned the permission Luang Por Koon to create and release this series of high-quality Buddhist amulets in the image of Luang Por Koon, with a sacred yantra on the rear face of the coin.'Rian Kanajarn' (magic monk coin amulets of highly collectible status) are beginning to become ever more sought after, as their value and difficulty to forge or fake is becoming ever more clearer to the collector.
This series of Amulets shows very accurate laser engraved and machine embossed codes. This is part of what makes this particular series inimitable difficult for forgeries to be made for the high expense of the machinery needed.The making of this particular series and the measures taken to prevent any possible forgeries is part all of the current war against forgery, which has been assaulting the amulet trade, Especially since the massive increase in popularity and collectorship of Thai Buddhist amulet
Jao Khun Tong Chai of Wat Dtraimidtr has learned many forms of sorcery from various great masters of history, including Luang Por Kasem Khemago of the Samnak Songk Sussaan Dtrailaks (considered to be an arahant) in Lampang , Luang Por Buddhadhassa Bhilkhu of Wat Suan Mokkh in Surat, Luang Por Buddha, Luang Phu Tim of Wat Laharn Rai, and most of all under Luang Por Koon. He has made many different series of amulets, and has become most notably for his making all of the rian ro ha song yin dee Rama five amulet and various series of Pra Kring Buddha statuettes.
A sacred 'serm duang chadtaa' yantra is embossed for improving karma and lucky fortunes, and to protect and nourish with prosperity. Special codes for authenticity (anti forgery) are embossed on the rear face of the amulets. The fact that this has been done using special machinery such as the laser engraving makes this very difficult for forgers to be able to imitate.
This model is made from sacred brass with an Alpaca silver outer rim, and has green enamels. A large array of different models were made in this series. It is the most popular series of all post 2538 BE editions of Luang Por Koon coins.
The increasingly high collectible status of magic monk coin amulets has revived fervent interest in the eyes of all the high-end professional Buddhist coin collectors, and also the devotees, who have been victimized so often, with the many fake coins in the image of Luang Por Koon.
Although it is true to say that Luang Por Koon monk coins became ever less in demand after the years 2537–2538 BE, in the past few years the amulets of this great guru master monk have returned to public favor and have started to become snapped up like gold nuggets by devotees again. This edition is one of the more popular and accepted editions of amulets from the later releases which were blessed by this great monk.
Two separate and grand Putta Pisek ('Buddha Abhiseka') ceremonies were performed to bless and empower the amulets. The first Buddha Abhiseka was performed on the 29th of December in 2553 BE at Wat Ban Rai, the temple of Luang Por Koon. Luang Por Koon performed solo empowerment with his jhanic skills and imbuing his purity with the sending of metta.
The second Buddha Abhiseka was performed on the 21st of February in 2554 BE at the uposadha shrine room of Wat Dtraimidtr Vidhyaram in Bangkok, with Pra Prohme Weti, the abbot of Wat Dtraimidtr, incending the victory candle. Two notable names present to assist with empowerment were Kroo ba Aryachat and the great Luang Por Raks of Wat Sutawat Vipassana in Ayuttaya.
Apart from from their sacred value, the coins are made with many marks of authenticity and coding. The period of less popularity for amulets by this monk has now ended and these releases are gaining very high status with the serious and professional collector.
The amuelt comes with the original box from the temple. It is, however, also possible to encase the amulet, if desired.
The drop in popularity after 2538 BE was due to the over production, which caused the amulets to become less valued since they became too common. This edition, however, has been called a historic edition in the fight against forgery, for its high grade manufacture and sacred muan sarn of high quality would make a forgery too expensive, and hence, unsellable at a cheaper price.
This latest series of sacred amulets are very different though, in this sense that each amulet has its own individual code and is thus easily recognizable. Indeed, one would have to invest a large sum of money for the machinery to be able to produce a professional and high-quality Buddhist amulet of this variety as a forgery.
This is a very important factor that determines an amulet's popularity, which can either be shortlived or have a long standing status over many decades. This is a most recommended guru monk coin in the image of a possible arahant. In our opinion, this amulet can only gain in sacred as well as monetary value.
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