1 Ḥafṣ ʻan ʻĀṣim
As this is the default riwāyah in most of the Islamic counties, there are numerous editions available. Here, I have tried to provide links to some of the good quality official or acclaimed editions.
Note that there are different writing standards in different countries. The middle eastern standard is used by the Arabic speaking countries and is the most popular one. Other standards include the South Asian and the Turkish standards. The Maghrib standard is also different, but it uses another riwāyah, namely Warsh ʻan Nāfiʻ.
1.1 Madīnah Edition
Muṣḥaf Madīnah is the most acclaimed and widely distributed edition, based on the Middle Eastern writing standard. It is designed by the government of Saudi Arabia, and the design is used by many publishers in different colors and other stystic variations. The official edition is issued by Saudi Arabia. The complete text of the Qurān is manually designed with a calligraphic style on 604 pages.
1.1.1 Graphical editions
The Madīnah edition does not use standard font technology, the whole Mushaf is manually designed with beautiful hand-written graphics. The original files contain vector graphics, which are the best quality version. Following files contain vector graphics for the main text and are easier to read on any screen size.
1.1.2 Scanned editions
Files listed below are PDF files containing scanned images of the mushaf. Quality depends on the file size and scanning methods.
1.2 Brunei Edition
Called Muṣḥaf Wāthiq Billāh Biriwāyah Ḥafṣ ʻan ʻĀṣim, it is published by the government of Brunei Darussalam. It was published in 2006 and has 638 pages.
القرآن الكریم مصحف واثق بالله، بروناي دارالسلام
1.3 South Asian Editions
The South Asian writing standard is used in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and some other countries. The differences mostly relate to the placement of Aerābs (diacritics), the use of Rukūs, and some other minor differences. The recitation is the same: Ḥafṣ ʻan ʻĀṣim.
1.4 Tajweed Editions
Some editions have colored letters to indicate rules of Tajweed, for easier recitation by Tajweed rules.
2 Shuʻbah ʻan ʻĀṣim
There are a number of editions with the riwāyah of Imām Shuʻbah ʻan ʻĀṣim.
2.1 Madīnah Edition
Muṣḥaf Madīnah is the edition printed by Saudi Arabia in the default Arabic style for Arabic and International readers.
2.2 Brunei Edition
Muṣḥaf al-Wāthiq Billāh is the edition published by the government of Brunei Dārussalām, first edition 2006/1427H.
2.3 Jordan Edition
This is the edition based on the default reading of Ḥafṣ ʻan ʻĀṣim. The words where Imām Shuʻbah differs with Imām Ḥafṣ, are written as sidenotes. It is useful for comparing the two riwāyahs. This is the first edition, published in 2009 / 1430 AH, authorized by the government of Jordan. It contains 614 pages.
القرآن الكريم برواية حفص عن عاصم وبالهامش رواية شعبة، ٦١٤ صفحة