Late last week my camera tech (who is a Mac guy like me) sent me a pic of a G5 tower he'd been given that he is planning on getting operational again. Coyly and nonchalantly poised on top of the G5 were two "Bullseye" Contarexes. Of course he knows I love the things and would be curious, so I stopped in to see. Apparently someone dropped by with some heirloom Contarex gear to ask him to give everything a going over, appraise it and then sell it. What I saw absolutely floored me - there was a rather tatty 1st version with a chrome 50 f2 with a bit of edge separation and then there was... the rest. By that I mean pretty much literally the rest. In a fitted Zeiss Contarex case was a pristine second version "Bullseye", every lens every made for the camera - 21 (with shoe finder), 35, 50, 85, 135 and 250 with bubble cases and matching shades, bellows, bayonet filters, magnifying right angle finder, three cassette backs, "ever-ready" case and a ton of literature. Then there is the Zeiss fitted case, something neither of has so far been able to find in the literature. Everything is working as new as far as we can tell so far, but it will all be going on the bench for test shortly. How many complete sets like this exist? How many ever existed?