British Foreign Office, 1877 - 1879, Affairs of Sulu.
From old documents – Correspondence between HM Sultan of Sulu and HM Queen of Great Britain.
Sulu Archipelago, North Borneo and Sulu Sea (part of map of Dutch East Indies, 1893).
The copy of the old official invitation for the coronation of HM Al-Marhum Moh. Mahakuttah A. Kiram, 34th Sultan of Sulu and North Borneo (1974).
Structure of the Sulu Sultanate in 1974. (copy of the original document). Notice names of the Sultan (HRH Mohammad Mahakuttah Kiram) and the Crown Prince - Raja Muda (Datu Muedzul-Lail Kiram).
1HM Sultan Mahakuttah Kiram coronation ceremony program (1974), which also confirms that HM Muedzul-Lail T. Kiram was already Raja Muda (Crown Prince) at that time.
Statement by the Foreign Minister of Malaysia His Excellency Dato Abu Hassan Hj. Omar. on 26th November, 1987 regarding the Sabah issue
Another interesting document from Sultanate of Sulu archives under the headship of Sultan Muedzul-Lail Tan Kiram, 35th Sultan of Sulu.
His Majesty Ampun Sultan Muedzul Lail Tan Kiram became Noble Fellow of Royal Academy of Aristocracy – Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom (NFRAA
His Majesty Ampun Sultan Muedzul Lail Tan Kiram of Sulu has been made a Patron of the Prester John Institute (PJI) and the Royal House of Sulu from 2012 is now reinstated & recognised by the Prester John Institute
Baron de Overbeck to HM Sultan of Sulu (letter dated 01.09.1880). Royal Sultanate of Sulu Royal Archives
Sulu Island. 1901/1902.
Copy of the 22.01.1878 original treaty which clearly states “to rent” not “to cede” in Malay-Arabic.
Important document, which once confirms that Sabah belongs to Sultanate of Sulu.
Detail of the Warrant of admission of the Royal and Hashemite order of the Pearl (Author H.E. Datu Sadja Michael Y. Medvedev).
A genealogy released by the Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines at the height of the 2013 Lahad Datu standoff.