Blessed by Luang Phor Koon in BE 2537, known as Reun Ja Rern Sap, which literally means great wealth. They were made as a set of four, with the most desirable variant being pim niyom which is hand painted and featured 19 gold takruts.
The full set comprises:
1. Phra Somdej Jaroen Sap (NIYOM) Neua Pong, Lang Ya, Fang Takrut Tong Kam 19 Dork (19 solid Gold Takruits) 2. Phra Somdej Jaroen Sap, (NIYOM) Neua Pong, Lang Ya, Fang Takrut Tong Kam 5 Dork (5 solid Gold Takrurts) 3. Phra Somdej Jaroen Sap Neua Pong Fang Takrut Tong Kam 5 Dork (5 Gold Takruts) 4. Phra Somdej Jaroen Sap, Neua Pong, Fang Takrut Ngern 3 Dork (3 Silver Takruts)
These pims will become increasingly scarce in the future and are worth collecting as they were blessed at Wat Banrai
It is important to note that as many of these amulet were hand painted the colouring to the front of the amulet will differ considerably from pim to pim. Another consideration is the temple stamp to the reverse. Many pims will feature a strong impression, others the stamp is hardly visible at all, and in many pims it is not present at all.