Luang Phor Kong Wat Ban Suan, Phattalung Province. One of great Wat Kao Or Keji monk.
This is Luang Phor Kong Medal of Wat Ban Suan, ''Sao'' Har 1st Batch Medal, B.E. 2516 consecrated by Arjan Chum Chaikiri & many others Keji monk. ''Sao Har'' means Saturday on 5th Month and 5th day of New Moon (Thai Ancient Lunar Calendar), also called Ummaruekhachok (Auspicious period) Racha Chok Aka: Maha Wan / Phraya Wan (Great day) Gurus since olden days until present days, all assume this day to be the Strongest day.
Phra Kleeb Bua is an early-period amulet of Luang Phor Derm. This is the sequence of LP Derm's amulet creation: a) Late B.E. 2450s-2460s : Takruts, Pha Prajiats (Pha Yants on a forearm or the neck) b) B.E. 2470s: Phra Pidtas of Nur Takwa and Nur Mae Kapak; Phra Kleeb Bua of Nur Takwa, Nur Mae Kapak and Nur Din; Rian
c) B.E. 2480s: Ivory carving amulets, Meed Moh, Roop Lor, Rians, Pha Yant Roi Thao (Footprint) Phra Kleeb Bua were popularly created by Ancient Top Monks such as Phra Kleeb Bua of Wat Ling Kob, Phra Kleeb Bua of Luang Phor Kai of Wat Choeng Len, Phra Kleeb Bua of Luang Phor Boon of Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Luang Pu Thong of Wat Rayotha & etc... ...
Phra Kleeb Bua of Luang Phor Derm have these important characteristics: Lord Buddha with Rasami (full radius) is sitting in Samathi posture over a lotus base. Also quite similar to one of Phra Kleep Bua created by Luang Pu Thong of Wat Rayotha.
Luang Phor Dearm demised in B.E. 2494 at the age of 92 years old & 70 Phansa.