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Pra Somdej Pan Lan Pim Lek (small for ladies) - Brazen metals 92nd Year edition - Luang Por Pae Wat Pikul Tong 2536 BE
Pim Lek (small) version of the Pra Somdej Pan Lan by Luang Por Pae, of Wat Pikul Tong, in (Singhburi). Released in 2536 BE as a 92nd birthday edition remembrance amulet. Made from Nuea Tong Rakang (Sacred Temple Bell brass with Yantra Foils smelted with Brazen artifacts). Released in 2536 BE to celebrate Luang Por Pae's 92 year of life. Made from sacred brazen artifacts smelted together into one sacred metallic alloy of alchemical nature. This particular Amulet was was released in an edition given the name of 'Somdej Pan Lan' meaning roughly 'Buddha of 1000 Millions'. Luang Por Pae passed away on the 10th Februaryin 2542 BE, 6 years afterthe release of this edition. He was born in 2548 BE on the 10th January
Luang Por Pae's Amulets are a Fine Class Sacred Amulet that is not outside the reach of those with lesser Budgets than some of the Wealthier Collectors, a Fine and recommendable Truly sacred Amulet of the Pim Niyom Class.
It is easily presentable in show, and is an amulet that any Thai Amulet Collector in the Know would be quite Proud to own and Wear, however Rich or Not. This is thus what we call a Top Class Amulet, at a very affordable price.
This kind of amulet it is very popular with Thai Buddhists. Even more so than sacred powder amulets. This is because sacred powder amulets break easily over time, whereas, metallic amulets can last hundreds, and even thousands of years without breaking.
This great master is internationally famous with amulet collectors and people of the Buddhist faith around the world. He is probably the most famous maker of this type of amulets to have graced the last half-century.
The rear face of the smaller model is different to that of the larger Pim Yai model. The small model has the Khom (Khmer) Sanskrit letters 'Pu-Ang', and the words 'Wat Pikul Tong Singhburi'
Above; Rear face of Pim Lek model.
The larger 'Pim Yai' model, has also the Pu-Ang Letters (3 times Pu in concentric circles around each other, and one 'Ang'), but then has the words 'Pae Pan Lan' and the number 92, along with a sideview cameo image of Luang Por Pae. The letters Pu and Ang have a Sacred Unalome spiral above them representing the path of the Arahants.
Secret Wisdom; Please notice that The Civara robe of LP Pae Pan Lan Pim Yai, has a secret code stamp indented in it, for authenticity recognition.
Below; Rear face of Pim Yai model.
His amulets, have been till now, much more affordable than other amulets from Masters of the same calibre, but have a lately become ever rarer since various nations of Southeast Asia have begun to fervently collect his amulets.
They have become ever rarer lately, and prices are now beginning to rise. This can be expected to be the prelude to his Amulets becoming truly essential rarities on the ancient amulet collector scene, and, that, their prices will rise incredibly over the next 10 years or so.
A most classic Thai Buddhist amulet, of high esteem from one of the 20th century's greatest masters of international fame, which any true Buddhist would be proud to wear and would feel inspired from. Its sacred power should be umistakable and undoubtable for the sheer respect and reverence which the whole Nation of Thailand has, for the life's work of this great Thai Buddhist master monk.
You can see a video of the larger Pim Yai model below, which will give you an idea of the true appearance of the brazen metals in comparison to photos.
Luang Por Pae was an extremely respected and well loved Monk for his great deeds of generosity, which he manifested in many projects which benefited the general good of the local people of both Singhburi and Lopburi Provinces.
Above; Luang Por Pae, Wat Pikul Tong (Singhburi)