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Professor Francis B. Brévart introduced the Volkskalender A and Volkskalender B families in his 1988 article, and then listed the documents he had found in the two families in his 1996 article:

The Volkskalender B documents he listed were as follows:

  • Berlin: Staatsbibliothek Ms. germ. 2° 1069
  • Berlin: Staatsbibliothek Ms. germ. 4° 20
  • Berlin: Staatsbibliothek Hdscr. 319
  • Edinburgh: The Library of the Royal Observatory, Ms. Crawford 4.6. (olim 9.14-5.14) [1478]
  • Einsiedeln: Stiftsbibliothek Hs. 297 [1498] link
  • Erlangen: Universitätsbibliothek Cod. B 27 (olim Irm. 1365)
  • Frankfurt: Stadt- und Universitätsbibliothek Ms germ, qu. 17
  • Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Cpg 291
  • Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Cpg 298 (and 831)
  • Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Cpg 557
  • Karlsruhe: Badische Landesbibliothek Cod. 494 (olim Donaüschingen, Fürstlich-Fürstenbergische Hofbibliothek) [1443]
  • London: British Library Ms. Add. 17987 [1446]
  • London: University College Ms germ. 1
  • Munich: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Cgm 28 [c.1440]
  • Munich: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Cgm 349 [c.1480]
  • Munich: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Cgm 730 [c.1500]
  • Munich: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Cgm 736 [c.1465]
  • Munich: Universitätsbibliothek 2° Cod. ms. 578 [1474]
  • Nuremberg: Staatsarchiv Hs. 426 [link] [1430]
  • Prag: Narodni Muzeumm Schlossbibliothek Krivoklat Cod. Ie7 (51.996)
  • St. Gallen: Stiftsbibliothek Cod. 760
  • Tübingen: Evangelishces Stift Msc. 17 [1462]
  • Vienna: Oesterrichische Nationalbibliothek Cod. 3085
  • Wolfenbüttel: Herzog August Bibliothek Cod. 264.5 Extravagantes [1491]
  • Würzburg: Universitätsbibliothek Cod. M.p.med.f.5 [c.1450]
  • Zurich: Zentralbibliothek Ms. C 54 [c.1465]

It's possible that there are several more manuscripts in this family that escaped Brévart's roving eye, e.g. this one as mentioned by René Zandbergen:

More information on the Cipher Mysteries website [1]

Francis B. Brévart's webpage is [2]