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Please someone can helpme to identify these two fonts?

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I have tried many different websites without success.

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Hi there and welcome to GD! We have a collection of font identification resources, and it is a good idea to try that first. Edit your question and let us know what you have tried without luck. Always good to show a little effort, and chances of getting a good answer increases. –  Yisela Apr 15 at 20:53
    
Thanks for the comment. –  Jos3k2 Apr 15 at 20:58
    
So you have tried using myfonts.com/WhatTheFont ? The Gingko Biloba one does show some results, however, the other one is too low res to be of recognised. Could you explain how the results from the many different websites are not helpful to you? –  Bart Arondson Apr 15 at 21:56
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There's something fishy about that serif… It appears to be brutally condensed by a shear horizontal scaling (notice especially the dots over the “i”s). That may fool some “font finders” :} –  thebodzio Apr 15 at 22:54
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@thebodzio Yes. "Brutally condensed" certainly. But it's TNR. Capsules is almost certainly Helvetica Condensed Bold. –  Andrew Leach Apr 16 at 15:55

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None of these are exact matches, but they are close to the "CAPSULES" one.

Korolev Heavy

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/device/korolev/heavy/

Too wide. The P is off

Helvetica Inserat

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/helvetica-inserat/

The A seems to be off, but that might be because of the low resolution of the image

Gothic No. 13

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/bitstream/gothic-no-13/

Again, the A seems to be off.

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Thanks so much. –  Jos3k2 Apr 16 at 20:03

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