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Thai Amulet Luang Pu Thuat-Old Version

Thai Amulet LP Thuat

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Thai Amulet LP Thuat

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Luang Pu Thuat

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The first batch of Laung Pu Thuat amulets was made in 2497 BE (1954).
It consisted entirely of amulets made from herbs (nua wan).
This is the most famous batch of Laung Pu Thuat amulets because it was the first batch; it is referred to as the 2497 batch.
All amulets were made of herbs and powder. Subsequently, more amulets were made and coin (rian) variations were added (2500, 2504 etc.).
The next most famous batch of amulets was produced in 2505 BE.
This batch is famous for the new type of Laung Pu Thuat amulet which was cast in the shape of a traditional iron.

The famous markets for amulets include the Tha Phrachan market next to Thammasat University. However, many amulets at the Tha Prachan market are considered to be ‘fake’, meaning replicas that have not been blessed by a monk.
It is very unlikely indeed that you will find a real amulet in the Tha Prachan market. Many collectors and devotees have a trusted dealer of authentic amulets,
for the study and authentication of real amulets is as complex a matter as is to be found in the antique trade,
or in similar niches such as stamp collection. Forgeries are rife,
and it takes decades of study and experience to develop the skills needed to recognise authentic amulets.
There are literally millions of editions from hundreds of thousands of temples, spanning centuries,
and it is not possible for one person to encompass enough knowledge to be able to authenticate every single edition.
Hence, each expert has his own chosen line of amulets, from a particular type, temple or Guru Master,
which he chooses as his personal speciality and field of expertise.

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