I happen to own the Kalmus reprint. The total number of music pages (all 3 volumes) is 1110. Kalmus did not reprint the preface, the libretto, etc. that appear either before or after the score itself. They kept the Muzika page numbering, table of contents and instrumentation pages though. In light of the differing page counts reported (1084 vs. 1110), I am wondering if the Eulenburg is actually a reprint of Muzika or not. The Kalmus volumes measure 10 x 13 inches, BTW, which is too large for most flatbed scanners.
Apart from the Rahter lithograpghed score I mentioned above, the only full scores I am aware of are the Valse (No. 6) and Polonaise (No. 22), issued in 1891 by Jurgenson and the Suite, Op. 66a which was compiled by Alexander Ziloti and published in 1899 by Jurgenson. The Muzika full score of the complete "Sleeping Beauty" was issued in 1952 as Volume 12 in 4 books (designated a, b, v, g - cyrillic alphabetical order) of the "Polnoe Sobranie Sochinenii."
Based on the page numbering and the reprinted Muzika table of contents in the Kalmus volumes, my guess at the page counts of the Muzika volumes is thus:
12a. Introdoction - No. 4: 244 pages
12b. No. 5 - No. 9: 272 pages
12v. No. 10 - No. 20: 253 pages (p. 254 blank)
12g. No. 21 - No. 30 (Finale), examples, libretto, programme: 372 pages
Grand total: 1142 pages.