Phra Khreung Roon Wat Sadej, Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Bangkok, B.E.2512

Phra Somdej Thakrud Sam Dok (inserted with 3 thakruds) Lang Roop Meuan Luang Pu Toh Phra Nur Phong was consecrated in B.E.2512 by Luang Phor Lamoon, Wat Sadej, Pathumthani province. Luang Phor Lamoon created this batch of Phra Somdej amulets as a gift to Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Bangkok for merit-making in commemoration of his Jed Rob (7th life cycle or 84 years old).

Phim Khad Samadhi Petch (diamond-shaped meditation style)

This batch of Phra Somdej consists of 3 styles, namely:

1) Phim Phra Prathan (principal Buddha image style)
2) Phim Hubaisi (crescent-ear shaped style)
3) Phim Khad Samadhi Petch (diamond-shaped meditation style)

All the amulets created were inserted with 3 thakruds at the base and all 3 moulds have 2 different sub-styles of the back, either

"Luang Pu Toh
Ayu 84
Wat Pradoochimplee"


"Luang Pu Toh

After receiving the Phra Somdej amulets from Luang Phor Lamoon, Luang Pu Toh continued chanting on the Phra Somdej amulets continuously for 1 full rain-retreat. All the pieces after being consecrated by Luang Pu Toh is fully endowed with all blessings of the Lord Buddha, such as Khong Kraphan and Metta Mahaniyom.

Phim Hubaisi (crescent-ear shaped style)

The quantity made for each mould is 1,000 pieces only and the sizes are different for different moulds ranging from 5 to 5.5 cm height by 3 to 3.5 cm width.

Further note: As this batch of Phra Somdej is made entirely by manual process, i.e. using hand to pump the amulets and cutting by knives, the sizes usually vary. One can see by the side that due to this manual process as compared to modern machinery precision, they have natural warpages and cut marks for a collector's identification. Most importantly is the 3 thakruds inserted in the base, which was done when the material was still soft and wet. Due to this, most pieces, if not all, have varying levels of greenish mould stains visible at the bottom back of the Phra Somdej amulet.

Due to the background of this amulet and the limited amount made, there are many imitations and real pieces are very hard to find, especially in good condition. Today, it is almost non-existent in the market.



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