The one standing up is a beercan. 70-210/4. Great lens. The one that is mounted is tough to tell. But it looks like its a 35-105mm. There is no visible macro switch, so it cannot be the 28-85. I had a 35-105mm, and I somewhat regret getting rid of it. Amazingly good portrait lens. Might be the sharpest zoom Minolta made (including the secret handshake). It isn't the secret handshake, because the focus ring would be further up the barrel, on the other side of the focal range stamped on the side. As for the prime, it looks like it may be an off brand or possibly a cheap teleconverter. If it is the 35-105, this could be an awesome haul for you. This and the beercan generally run ~$100+ each.
One thing when buying older lenses. Take photos through several aperture settings. I learned this one the hard way. If it gets washed out at higher apertures (overexposed) it means there is oil on the aperture. The lens would have to be torn apart to be repaired. Oily aperture blades run ~$80 to be fixed by a pro.
Couple of things: these are both excellent lenses. Apertures are pretty small. The 35-105 is a 3.5-4.5 and the beercan is a constant f/4. These make for great bargain low-light shooters (the next step would be to get much more expensive f/2.8's, or primes at 1.4-1.7. The will definitely out-perform your kit lens in most applications (aside from the fast AF). However, they are heavy. All metal construction. So, they can last forever.
16-55/28, 23/2, 56/1.2, 18-135, 100-400, 1.4x t/c.
Minolta MC 50/1.4, MD 135/2.8