PBUPZ6885 : Rare collection B.E.2510 Rian Ngoen Kon Thung in big imprint (wealthy coin) (LP Tae, Wat Sam Ngam, Nakhon Pathom province) with Katha:
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Name: B.E.2510 Rian Ngoen Kon Thung in big imprint (wealthy coin)
From: LP Tae, Wat Sam Ngam, Nakhon Pathom province
Year: B.E.2510 (C.E.1967)
Material: this powerful amulet created from copper and painted with nickel.
Size: 3.2 cm x 3.7 cm
Purpose for making: LP Tae wanted to donate the money from amulet to develop the school, hospital and temple.
Ceremony: LP Tae properly blessed Rian Ngoen Kon Thung by himself on auspicious day.
Powerful: Rian Ngoen Kon Thung or wealthy coin by LP Tae has many supernatural powers such as bring wealth, luck, property, good business and forture to worshiper.
Presented: in front of the coin has LP Tae’s pattern. Moreover, in the back has holy Yant to increase power.
Biography of LP Tae:
LP Tae was born on 15 September 1891 at Nakhon Pathom province. From the age of seven years he was stayed with his Uncle Daeng, who was a monk at Wat Gahlong in Samutsakorn province, where LP Tae first started to study knowledge of Dhamma. At the age of 10 he returned with Luang Phor Daeng to their home village, to construct a new temple 20KM south at Tambon Don Pusah. In 1904, the newly built temple was moved from Tambon Don Pusah to Tambon Sam Nagm, and the temple was known as Wat Sam Nagm.
LP Tae was novice at the age of 15 for studying Dharma and magic under his uncle until the age of 20 when he was finally ordained as a monk. LP Tae eventually was to become the close disciple of LP Tah, of Wat Panaengtak who was knowledge of Dhamma and Sammahdti. LP Tae would accompany his Master whenever he went Tudung, until such time that LP Tae had gained sufficient experience to go alone. After LP Tah passed away, LP Tae had learned such art from LP Chaem of Wat Takong and also an unnamed monk from Cambodia.
LP Tae was well known for making 'Guman Thong'. The first temples in Thailand to make 'Guman Thong' were Wat Sahm Ngahm and Wat Takong. He passed away on 25 December 1981 at the age of 90.
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