The suggestions of looking at KEH is a good one (along with most of the other info!). I'd sooner get one very good lens at the right focal length than two OK ones. As suggested, forget the Tele-versions. Not fun to use and may be for 2x3. The 65 may or may not cover and it is really,really wide. For what you are doing, I'd just get a modern 150 or 135 and get started. There are a number of them. Here is a Nikkor f5.6 150 for $350 which is a good lens, in a modern shutter and in great shape.