I Modi - 1798 - Carracci Edition?
In 1798, a similar set of engravings were printed known as "L'Aretin d'Augustin Carrache. D'après le Gravures à l'eau-forte par cet Artiste célèbre" ( The Aretino of Agostino Carracci, after engravings by that famous artist.). It included various sonnets by Aretino and engravings by Jacques Joseph Coiny based on drawings by Agostino Carracci. Though this edition is often thought of as another edition of I Modi, it bares little resemblance to the original. Though the engravings are very good, there are few similarities between these engravings and the 1550 woodcuts or the Waldeck version of I Modi.
One difference of note between L'Aretin d' Augstin Carrache and I Modi is that the engravings in L'Aretin d'Augstin Carrache are all based on mythological scenes whereas the I Modi engravings make no attempt to tone down the eroticism by hiding behind the historical precedent of depicting nudity through mythology (it's not pornographic if the participants are Gods).