"Musique du carrousel éxécuté par la noblesse de Vienne"  (about 1803.)
Twenty Variations for two violins. (published in 1791 in Vienna by Magazin de musique)
Cassatio in F major for five violas or four violas and bassoon (Rarities for Strings Publications in Bristol, Conn., 1979.)
Duet for violin and cello in C minor. (Medici Music Press in Bellingham, Washington, c1985. Edited by T. Donley Thomas.)
Duet for violin and cello in G minor. (Medici Music Press in Bellingham, Washington, c1985.)
Symphony in C minor, C4; edited by Eva Hennigová-Dubová and published in The Symphony in Hungary, The Symphony, 1720-1840. Series B ; v. 12. New York : Garland Publishing, Inc., 1984.
Symphony in D, also edited by Eva Hennigová, released in the series Maestri antichi boemi in 1976.
Symphony in C major from 1796 Aphrodite recorded by Vladimír Válek and the Dvořák Chamber Orchestra.
Trio for two oboes and English horn in C major. Modern publisher: Basel, Switzerland : Edition Kneusslin, c1982. (Has been recorded.)
Echo-Sonate in D major for 4 flutes; modern publisher: Zimmermann in Frankfurt, 2000
Trio in E♭ nos. 1-3, for violin, viola and horn (Hanz Pizka Edition in Kirchheim, 1997)
Concertos in A and in B♭ for violin and orchestra. (The latter published in piano reduction in 1944 by Artia, the former, in an edition edited by Jindřich Feld, was published in 1933 by Z. Vlk in Prague as "concerto no. 14" suggesting that there may be at least 12 others still.
A violin concerto in B♭ for violin by Antonin Vranicky - as "Anton Wranitzky"- was published by Musica Antiqua Bohemica in 1965 in piano reduction. "WorldCat link".