1796 Use of motifs from pages 8, 9, 52, 61 and 62 on the coloured copper plate no. 34 for the chapter "Mexican taste" of the "Darstellung und Geschichte des Geschmacks der vorzüglichsten Völker in Beziehung auf die innere Auszierung der Zimmer und auf die Baukunst“ (i. e. "Representation and history of the taste of the most exquisite nations relation to the interior decoration of the rooms and the architecture") by Joseph Friedrich zu Racknitz (explanations in the 3rd issue, p. 25 f.).
1810 handcoloured copper engraving of pages 47 to 52 by the Dresden draughtsman and painter Carl August Milhauser (1757-ca. 1814) in Alexander von Humboldt's "Vues des Cordillères et monumens des peuples indigènes de l'Amérique" (Atlas, plate XLV, description p. 266 f.) (pl. XLV, description p. 266 f.)
In 1825/26 the painter, engraver and lithographer Agostino Aglio (1777-1857) drew the entire codex for the British Old Americanist Edward King, Viscount Kingsborough (1795-1837).
1831 publication of Aglio's drawings as lithographs in volume 3 of the facsimile collection "Antiquities of Mexico" edited by Kingsborough.
In 1880 the Dresden senior librarian Ernst Wilhelm Förstemann (1822-1906) published a facsimile in chromo-lithographic printing technique in the form of individual plates with an introduction.
In 1892 the 2nd edition of the facsimile was published with a modified page sequence.
1932 reduced, schematized and hand-colored copy in leporello format with commentary by the American Maya researcher William E. Gates (1863 - 1940)
1962 photographically produced reprint of the long out of print facsimile from 1880 and 1892 with slightly altered page sequence
1975 Facsimile in leporello format after photographs of the original, extensively annotated by Helmut Deckert (1913-2005), Deputy Director of the Saxon State Library, and the Viennese ethnologist and Old Americanist Ferdinand Anders (born 1930)
2008 high-resolution digitisation and presentation in the digital collections of the SLUB
2017 Digital edition of the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH) in Mexico, based on the facsimile by Förstemann and the digital copies of the SLUB