Below is a chart identifying the Fresnel Orders with their accompanying measurements, weights, number built, and costs

FRESNEL LENS Sizes, Quantities, and Costs
      Number in U.S. 
ORDERRadius mmRadius inchesHeight inchesWeight in PoundsNumber Built190019221945Cost
Hyper-Radial*1330 mm.52.3 inches148 inches1848529111$27,000
Meso-Radial*1125 mm.44.2 inches126 inches156362000$14,500
First-Order920 mm.36.2 inches101.97 inches12787467575742$12,500
Second-Order700 mm.27.6 inches81.46 inches3527261272625$8,000
Third-Order500 mm.19.7 inches62.05 inches1984384656568$3,800
Three 1/2 - Order*375 mm.14.7 inches42.9 inches120025252520$2,000
Fourth-Order250 mm.9.8 inches28.43 inches441 to 661889350350266$1,250
Fifth-Order187.5 mm.7.4 inches21.3 inches265 to 44158014612965$950
Sixth-Order150 mm.5.9 inches17.05 inches65 to 220635896517$450
Seventh-Order*140mm. - 100mm.5.7 - 4.1 inches6.5 inches1554000$350
Eighth-Order*75 mm. - 70mm.3.1 - 2.9 inches3.25 inches6?000$300
* These sizes were developed in the late 1800s and were extensions to Fresnel's design.
   The seventh and eighth-order lenses were used almost exclusively in Scotland and Canada, similar
   size lenses were known as a 'Steamer Lens' in America.
The radius measurements are from the focal point of the lens to the inner lens surface.
The number built were obtained from the Findlay Report for 1900.  The number in the US is the higher
of the number of each size reported by the Coast Guard as being in place in 1922 or the actual count
from 1900.   
The numbers for 1922 and 1945 are from the USCG Manual for 1945.
The numbers of pole lights and lens lanterns are not included.
The cost is estimated based on the reported cost in 1900 and from BBT and is shown in 1900 dollars.