Vatican, 1904. Bibliorum SS. Graecorum Codex Vaticanus 1209 (Cod B) denuo phototypice expressus iussu et cura praesidum Bibliothecae Vaticanae. Pars altera. Testamentum Novum. Mediolani: Apud Ulricum Hoepli, 1904.

A Photographic facsimile of the Codex Vaticanus.

Vercellone, 1859. [Carlo Vercellone], H KAINH DIAQHKH. Novum Testamentum ex Vetustissimo codice Vaticano secundis curis editum Studio Angeli Maii, S.R.E. Card. Romæ, anno MDCCCLIX. apud Josephum Spithöver. Rome, 1859.

This edition of the Codex Vaticanus was a corrected reprint of Mai 1857. It was edited by Mai's literary executor, Carlo Vercellone, who till 1867 continued Mai's policy of preventing all other scholars from examining the manuscript while he prepared his own facsimile edition (see Vercellone 1868).

Vercellone, 1868. Carlo Vercellone and J. Cozza, Bibliorum Sacrorum Graecus Codex Vaticanus. Rome: S. Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, 1868-81. 6 volumes. New Testament (volume 5) published in 1868.

A typographical facsimile of the Codex Vaticanus was presented here, for the benefit of scholars who wished to study its text directly. The text is more accurate than that of Tischendorf 1867, which was produced under the absurd condition, imposed by the Vatican, that he should be allowed to see the manuscript for only three hours a day for two weeks. In exchange for this favour, Tischendorf gave Vercellone a set of the excellent facsimile type that he had used in publishing the Codex Sinaiticus (see Tischendorf 1862), with which Vercellone then produced this Vaticanus facsimile. On the basis of it Tischendorf issued some corrections to his own edition in Appendix Novi Testamenti Vaticani (Leipsig, 1869), where he also severely criticizes Cozza and Vercellone for failing to distinguish early from late marginal annotations of the manuscript. Further criticism from Tischendorf appeared in Responsa ad Calumnias Romanas &c. (1870).

Vincent, 1899. Marvin Vincent, A History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament. New York: MacMillan & Co., 1899.