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Phra Yod Khunphon (Set of five amuletic Buddha images)
9.00 Baht (5 Designs)
In the realm of amulet collectors,this set of amulets is one of the four most popular collections.They are made from various kinds of steels,melted and pored onto the mound,with causes each amulet to have steel like color and iny holes on the surface of the amulet . In addition this set of Benja Pakee Amulets was chosen from the well known Chin Amulets that had history between 500 and 800 years old.This is the stamp collection which is priceless to any collectors , physically and mentally .This collection is worth second to none
There are 5 different amulets on this stamp set , which are made up of
1.Pra Ruang Lang Puen or the Amulet with a gun's stock on his back,from Wat Pra Si Rattananahathat, from Sukhothai Province which is the most popular amulet in the Lopburi dynasty. Its signature identity is the stock of gun on the back of the image
2.Pha Hu Yan or Long Earlobe Amulet from Wat Pha Si Rattananahathat, from Lopburi Province which is the admired amulet in the past and at the present of Lopburi Province.Although there were many amulets in each edition this version of amulet is the first version.
3.Pha Chinarat Bai Sema which is from Wat Pra Si Rattananahathat of the Phisanulok Province. The amulet was first discovered in 1897 which is in King Rama 5 of Chakri dynasty.Pra Chinarat Bai Sema is a replication of the giant Pra -Chin and he is seated in the glass palace which looks very familiar to Sema leaves
4.Pra Mahesuan from Pra Prang in Wat Pra Sri Rattananahathat Suphan Buri Province , from the evidences discovered in his safe place Pra Mahesuan is made in Prajow - U-Thong dynasty the beginning of Ayuthaya era.
5.Pha Tha Kradan rom Si Sawat Kanchanaburi Province .The amulet is influence by the artistic style of Lopburi dynasty and is made from silver.This amuket also has another name "Pha Tha Kradan Katekod Tardang ". Because this amulet has a very long face and bended neck : hence the word Katekob.
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