Off the top of my head I can think of the Havana and the Holland Lop. I had a breeder friend who kept the Havana rabbit and absolutely adored them. You can find more information about them through the breed club. They are 4.5 -6.5 lb rabbit that comes in blue, black, chocolate, broken, and lilac. They are known as ‘The Mink of the Rabbit Family’ and they come from The Netherlands.
Holland lop proliferate in my backyard. :) I choose to breed these people-friendly, cute lop-eared rabbits. They make for a popular pet. There are TONS of pet quality holland lops in the world and I admit that about 3/4's of mine are mostly pet quality. But I have a few that are not. :)
The Himalayan. A friend of mine used to breed these. They are a marked breed that are tubular in shape. It has an uncertain origin and as known by different names worldwide. You can find more information about this lightweight rabbit through the breed club.
Hulstlander is a rabbit of Dutch origins that is white with blue eyes. It comes it at 4-6 lbs,
At the opposite end of the scale is the Hungarian Giant, at 11-15 lbs and a various allowed colours for it's coat. A slower growing rabbit it's being preserved by the Conservancy centre for the Hungarian Government.