I consider convex polytopes $P\subset\Bbb R^d$. The polytope is called *vertex*- resp. *edge-transitive*, if any vertex resp. edge can be mapped to any other by a symmetry of the polytope.

I am looking for polytopes which are edge- but *not* vertex-transitive. There are infinitely many of these for $d=2$, and exactly two for $d=3$ (rhombic dodecahedron and rhombic tricontrahedron, see below).

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I do not know a single example for $d\ge 4$.

I believe it is easy to see that the edge-graph of such a polytope must be bipartite, and thus, zonotopes might be a good place to start looking. But my constructions fail for $d\ge 4$.

probablystill hold. $\endgroup$ – M. Winter Aug 14 at 13:54