Cone (Co ne) Kanjur (catalogued by Taishun Mibu 1959) and Tanjur
Derge (sDe dge) Kanjur and Tanjur (catalogued by Hakuju Ui et al., 1934)
Ganden (dGa' ldan) or "Golden Manuscript" Tanjur
Lhasa (lHa sa) Kanjur (catalogued by Jikidō Takasaki, 1965)
The International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology, Soka University.
Lithang (Li thaṅ) or 'Jaṅ Sa tham Kanjur (catalogued by Yoshiro Imaeda, 1982-84)
bKa’ ’gyur (Tibetan Buddhist canon of the Buddha's words), Derge edition, references to volume (Tibetan class and syllable numbering), page and line.
Peking edition of the Kanjur prepared in 1684/92 under the Kangxi emperor
Peking edition of the Mongolian Kanjur (catalogued by Louis Ligeti, 1942-44)
Mongolian Tanǰur, Peking, 1748.
Narthang (sNar thaṅ) Kanjur (listed by Shōdō Nagashima, 1975) and Tanjur (listed by Taishun Mibu, 1967)
Pali Text Society
Peking edition of Kanjur and Tanjur prepared in 1737 under the Qianlong emperor; also the modern photographic reprint of teh Peking edition, which is based on a combination of the 1717/20 and 1737 issues (reprinted and catalogued in The Tibetan Tripitaka, 1955-1961)
SERIE ORIENTALE ROMA
Manuscripts retreived from Dūnhuáng by Auriel Stein; catalogued in La Vallée Poussin (1962).
大正新修大藏經, Taishō Shinshū Daizōkyō, Tokyo 1926-34, references to text no., page and line.
bsTan ’gyur (Tibetan Buddhist canon of secondary litterature), Derge edition, references to volume (Tibetan class and syllable numbering), page and line.
Triśatikāyāḥ prajñāpāramitāyāḥ kārikāsaptatiḥ
Urga Kanjur (catalogued by Géza Bethlenfalvy, 1982)
Edition of Kanjur and Kanjur Supplement (Yoshiro Imaeda, 1977) prepared under the Wanli emperor
Edition of Kanjur prepared under the Yongle emperor (Silk 1996)