Pra Luang Por Ngern Pim Niyom (Special Gammagarn - only 500 made) - Albaca with Silver - Run Gong Tun 53 - Wat Bang Klan (Pijit)
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Pra Luang Por Ngern Loi Ongk statuette in Albaca with SilverPim Na Yim Loi Ongk amulet. "Run Gong Tun 53" edition, made at Wat Bang Klan in Pijit.
This is a Pim Niyom, but of the Gammagarn special edition, with a special Kring inside the base, making this LP Ngern not only a Loi Ongk statuette but also a Pra Kring amulet too.
The base has 'Code letter A' in Khom Sanskrit embossedand the code number 2078, with the date (2553 BE) engraved. Available with or without casing, please select the option you wish above the add to bag button to choose Casing
These Gammagarn editions do not usually go further than the temple and are normally all snapped up by the donating commitee members who finance the making of the amulets.
Apart from this special edition with Kring, the normal Pim Niyom Loi Ongk line of the Gong Tun 53 edition was made in eight different materials;
Tong Kam (Pure Gold) - 89 amulets made
Nuea Ngern Gon Nawa (Silver with Nava Loha base) - 1099 made
Nava Loha Dork Piw - 2055 made with code number and 'Ma A U' in Khom agkhara in the base
Nuea Maekasit - 5000 amulets made with laser inscribed code number in base
Nuea Samrit Nork (Bronze) - 9000 amulets made with Khon Agkhara code letter 'A' inscribed in base
Nuea Albaca - 21000 amulets made with the code 'Ma' inscribed in the base
Nuea Samrit Lueang Piw Fai Te Din Thai (yellow bronze with Thai earth) - 30000 amulets made with the code 'Ma' in Khom inscribed on the base
Nuea Samrit Daeng Piw Fai Te Din Thai (red bronze with Thai earth) - 30000 amulets made with the code 'Ma' in Khom inscribed on the base
A Classic release of Luang Por Ngern amulets Run "Gong Tun 53" edition. Now a National Favorite and a Household name. A limited edition code number is embossed into the base of the amulet. Comes with original box from temple.
The Gong Tun 53 edition of LP Ngern recieved massive interest and has become an all time classic in the single year since the issue of this edition and line of amulets. One reson being that despite the immense success that all editions of LP Ngern Loi Ongk statuettes, this particular edition is the first ever that performed the 'Piti Te Tong' (sacred casting ceremony of puring the molten gold) at Wat Bang Klan temple.
All other editions were always cast at other temples, which did not affect the popularity of the amulets at all, and many different editions have been covered in news stories of luck, life saving miracles and the like.