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The Most Esteemed Royal Family Order (Darjah Kerabat di-Raja Yang Amat di-Hormati): founded by Sultan Sir Yusuf Izz ud-din Rathiu'llah Shah Ghafaru'llahulahu on 12th December 1957. Awarded in one class only (DK), conferred on members of the Perak and foreign Royal houses.
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The Royal Family Order of Perak (DK) - collar, collar badhe, breast star, and sash

The Most Esteemed Perak Family Order of Sultan Azlan Shah (Darjah Kerabat Sri Paduka Sultan Azlan Shah Perak Yang Amat di-Hormati): founded by Sultan Azalan Shah in 2000. Conferred on members of the Perak and foreign Royal Houses and for distinguished services to the Sultan. Awarded in a superior class (Darjah Kerabat Sultan Azlan-DKSA - restricted to Royalty), and an ordinary class (Datuk Sri Paduka Sultan Azlan-SPSA).
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The Most Esteemed Royal Family Order of Sultan Azlan Shah - DKSA (L) and SPSA (R).

The Most Illustrious Order of the Perak Sword of State "Cura Si Manja Kini" (Darjah Kebesaran Negeri Perak Yang Amat Mulia Cura Si Manja Kini): founded by Sultan Idris II al-Mutawakil Allahahi Shah Afifu'llah on 15th September 1969. Awarded in three classes (1. Grand Knight or Datuk Sri -SPCM, 2. Knight or Datuk -DPCM, and 3. Commander or Paduka-PCM). A fourth class (4. Member or Ahli-ACM) was instituted on 19th April 1989.Copyrightę Christopher Buyers
 

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The Most Honourable Order of the Sword of State - 1st class SPCM, collar, breast star, and sash badge.

The Most Valliant Order of the Perak State Kris "Taming Sari" (Darjah Kebesaran Taming Sari Negeri Perak Yang Amat Perkasa): founded by Sultan Idris II al-Mutawakil Allahahi Shah Afifu'llah in 1977. Awarded to military and police personnel in six classes (1. Datuk Sri Panglima-SPTS, 2. Datuk Pahlawan-DPTS, 3. Pirwira (Paduka)-PTS, 4. Hulubalang-HTS, 5. Kshatriya-KTS, and 6. Perajurit (Ahli)-ATS). Copyrightę Christopher Buyers

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The Most Gallant Order of Taming Sari - 1st class SPTS, collar, breast star, and sash badge.

The Most Illustrious Order of the Perak State Crown (Darjah Kebesaran Mahkota Negeri Perak Yang Amat Mulia): founded by Sultan Sir Yusuf Izz ud-din Rathiu'llah Shah Ghafaru'llahulahu on 12th December 1957. Awarded in four classes (1. Knight Grand Commander or Datuk Sri Paduka-SPMP, 2. Knight Commander or Datuk Paduka-DPMP, 3. Commander or Paduka-PMP, and 4. Member or Ahli-AMP). Copyrightę Christopher Buyers

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The Most Honourable Order of the Crown of State - 1st class SPMP, collar, breast star, and sash badge.

The Conspicuous Gallantry Medal (Pingat Keberanian Handal): instituted by Sultan Sir Yusuf Izz ud-din Rathiu'llah Shah Ghafaru'llahulahu on 15th January 1951 as a reward for conspicuous gallantry and heroism. Awarded in a single class, originally a silver medal similar to the design of the PPT but now a four-pointed enamelled star (PKH). Bars may be awarded to signify subsequent acts of gallantry. Copyrightę Christopher Buyers

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The Conspicuous Gallantry Medal (Type II).

The Distinguished Conduct Medal (Pingat Pekerti Terpilih): instituted by Sultan Ismail Nasir ud-din Shah Sultan Sir Yusuf Izz ud-din Rathiu'llah Shah Ghafaru'llahulahu on 15th January 1951 to reward conspicuous bravery. Awarded in a single class, bronze medal (PPT). Bars may be awarded to signify subsequent acts of bravery. Copyrightę Christopher Buyers
 

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The Distinguished Conduct Medal (R), The Meritorious Service Medal (C) and the Long Service Medal (R).

The Meritorious Service Medal (Pingat Jasa Kebaktian): instituted by Sultan Sir Yusuf Izz ud-din Rathiu'llah Shah Ghafaru'llahulahu on 15th January 1951 to reward meritorious public service in state employ. Awarded in a single class, bronze medal (PJK).
The Long Service Medal (Pingat Lama Perkhidmatan): instituted by Sultan Idris al-Mutawakil Allahi Shah on 15th September 1969 to reward long service in state employ of at least twenty-five years continuous duration. Awarded in a single class, bronze medal (PLP).
 
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