I am always on the lookout for used Minolta lenses. Recently, two lenses and a flash popped up for sale locally on FB marketplace for $30, and I took notice. But, I was too busy to do the research and figured that the Minolta flash would be the older style Minolta mount that wouldn't fit any of my current cameras, so I let them slide. When, a few days later, the seller lowered the price to $20, I just couldn't resist.
I ended up purchasing a Minolta AF 35-105 f/3.5-4.5 Macro and the Minolta 100-200 f/4.5. Turns out the flash wasn't the old-style Minolta mount, but a standard mount. Bonus. Both lenses were in great condition. Used, but little dust and no fungus. Missing the lens hoods, but...otherwise, totally usable condition with a bit of cleaning.
I read some reviews of the lenses on Dyxsum and both get good reviews. In fact, the 35-105 is pretty highly rated. I saw someone call the 100-200 f/4.5 the "baby beercan" or the "mini-beercan". I have one of the beercans, Minolta's 70-210 f/4 lens, and that classic lens works well in many situations. The 100-200 f/4.5 loses a bit of light, but it really is a more compact lens for travel or stuffing into a backpack.
I haven't tested out the 100-200 yet, but I did go out and take a few snapshots with the 35-105. The ratings hold up. It is a fantastic lens, and not just because it costs less than a 6-pack. It's sharp, the colors are good. It has a nice feel to it. The look of the resulting photos are splendid. Some complain that the minimum focusing distance is too long, but it does have a macro switch after 105, so you can take closeups, just not at the wide angle. For me, I think this will make a great creek-walking lens. When shooting creeks, I don't really need much wider than 35, and the ability to go macro for bugs and plants is a bonus. Sample photos below.