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  royal emblem of Rama VII

 

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A royal pad yot, i.e. an ecclesiastical fan, commemorating the 1925 coronation ceremony of King Rama VII, showing an embroidery of this king's royal emblem, which consists of the Phra Maha Phichai Mongkut, i.e. ‘Great Crown of Victory’, above the discus-and-trident emblem of the Royal House of Chakri (fig.), and a rack with arrows, which is known as Prajadhipok Saktitejana. On the flanks are two kreuang soong, i.e. long-handle talapat and in between are two flame-patterned kranok motifs (fig.).