Bf109E Werk Nr. sequence ?

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    Has anyone got a listing of the Werk Nr. blocks for the '109E1 to E4 ?
    I'm sure I've got one somewhere, but I've searched all my books and can't find it !
    Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
     
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    Not sure about the first part but found this on the 12 o'clock high forum

    Mtt Regensburg E-4s
    WNr.2724* - 2806
    WNr.3701 - 3764 (E-4/B E-4/BN)
    *I'm not shure at which WNr. this block starts

    Erla Leipzig E-4s
    WNr.1575 - 1659
    WNr.1980 - 2063 (70 E-4/B)
    WNr.4091 - 4222 (26 E-4/B, 106 E-7)

    WNF E-4s
    WNr.5260 - 5300
    WNr.5326 - 5400
    WNr.5559 - 5600 (32 were upgraded to E-4/B by Arado)
    WNr.5791 - 5823 (all E-4/B)
    WNr.5891 - 5919 (E-4/B E-4/N)

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    Mtt Regensburg E-7s
    WNr.3765 - 3827

    Fieseler E-7s
    WNr.6402 - 6500
    WNr.7661 - 7696

    WNF E-7s
    WNr.5920 - 5985 (66 E-7, 3 E-7/N 17 E-7/Z)
    WNr.6501 - 6523

    There are also another 46 E-7s, bulit by Arado within a mixed block Wnr.4801 - 4975.

    Seeking factories tied to W.Nr. blocks for Bf 109E-4 and E-7 - Luftwaffe and Allied Air Forces Discussion Forum
     
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    That's great H, thanks very much. It should help with most of what I need, just got to find a similar list for the E3. The E1 is not really that important to my requirements, more the E3 and E4 batches.
     
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