Buy my old rubbish.
Cosina 16-35mm f3.5-4.5 EF mount lens (black, not silver): this was a gallant commercial attempt in the 1980s to get wide-range lens technology down to an affordable price for the hobby photographer. Fun, but not terribly high quality. But it is one of the few ways to get 16mm on a full frame SLR for less than £100, albeit with pretty harsh distortion. Looks better at 35 end. No profiles present on PS/Lightroom to correct automatically AFAIK but have achieved satisfactory corrections manually. Optics are fine, focus works ok but slightly loose in the hand. Not particularly sharp wide open but improves stopped down. Got this from Camera World in High Chelmer on Boxing Day in 2011 for 100 gold coins.. receipt long gone unless I do magically find it. Would suggest a little research into the quality of this lens and the images it produces before you jump. Have upgraded to the altogether better Canon 16-35 f2.8! Both caps, no box, £60
Canon EF 28-135mm f3.5-5.6 IS kit lens. Focus motor is well on its way out, often hunts like mad. Works fine in manual though. Optics clean and healthy, IS still works, structure of lens is good. May or may not prove an economical repair, brought topic up at Aperture on Rathbone Pl a few days ago and the chap there seemed to think not. You may consider otherwise. Procured from a trusted forumenger two or three years ago (Howard?) , provenance otherwise unknown. Unboxed but with both caps. £60
Canon 52mm lens cap. Leftover from the destruction of an old 50mm f1.8. £2/beer
Photos on request/will put up later. Collection/viewing N15 6RS or will drop to you if nearby. No posting at this point, sorry. Cash/paypal gift.