Rian Tong Daeng Luang Por Rerm Jakupalo Sacred Guru Monk Coin in the image of Luang Por Rerm Jakupalo, of Wat Ton Son, from the year 2527 BE, Blessed in Buddha Abhiseka at Wat Huay Mara Temple, in Chonburi. The amulet was created to release in the celebration of raising of the temple roof struts (beams) of the Uposatha shrine room of Wat Huay Mara. The front face of the amulet features the image of Luang Por Rerm Jakupalo seated in meditative posture. The rear face of the coin features the Yant Ha (Yant Grabork Khwai) with the Kata Pra Putta Jao Ha Pra Ongk (Namō Puttāya).
Luang Por Rerm was a Geji Ajarn Monk born in the year 2445 BE. He ordained into the Buddhist Sangha at a very early age, when his father passed away (about ten years old). He was a monk who was renowned for his knowledge and ability in Horasart (Astrology) and his photographic memory. His ability to recite long verses and chant them in a way that the listener would be able to remember after first hearing was considered miraculous.
Luang Por Rerm was said to have special abilities, and was able to tell people where their lost belongings were, if they were stolen or misplaced, and where they could be found. His abilities caused him to be highly revered and respected by the devotees. The day he died, on the 20th October 2517 BE, a strange sudden storm appeared and flooded the whole province of Chonburi, which was seen by his devotees to be a sign of the Heavens declaring his passing from this world into the next.