OK ... research done.
I've scanned the lens diagrams from the Hasselblad Lens catalog, and I'm attaching two of them, for the Planar CF f/2.8 80mm and the Sonnar f/4 150mm.
Caveats abound! Apparently, there is *no* cast-in-steel standard as far as configuration go... the CF f/2.8 80mm Planar, the CF f/5.6 135mm Macro-Planar, the FE f/2 110mm Planar all have seven (7) elements; the CF f3.5 100mm Planar has five (5); the CF f/4 120 mm Makro-Planar has six (6). The Sonnar CF f/4 150mm, FE f/2.8 150mm, and f/4 180mm have five (5);the Sonnar f/5.6 250mm has four (4).
If one squints - a lot - there appears to be a general uniformity of configiration in the design of Planars, Sonnars, Distagons, and Tele/Tessars - but they once one gets closer than two or three feet, they seem to differ more than conform.
Anyway ... thay are ALL damn fine pieces of equipment, in my book.
Here are my attempts at attaching: