Several reproductions of I Modi have been made over the years. Around 1550 a counterfeit copy of the images and sonnets was made. Though very similar to the surviving fragments of the original, this copy was rather crude, contained many literary errors, and made using woodblock printing instead of engravings. This copy's similarity to the surviving fragments leads us to believe that the copyist must have worked from an original copy of I Modi so in 1550 there was at least one full copy of the original I Modi still in existence.
The 1550 woodblock edition of I Modi was discovered in the early 20th Century though the only copy known to exist is missing a couple of its original pages; the cover page, and the page with postures 5 & 6.
An interesting aspect of the woodblock copy is that the scenes are mirror images of the original copy, although the text is obviously not. This shows the copyist carved the woodblock in a way so that the woodblock had an accurate copy of the original on the woodblock, though he transcribed the text onto the woodblock in mirror script so that when it was printed the image was reversed and the text was the right way around. This is further evidence that he had the original to work from.