Sorry, I wasn’t clear—I meant that the R is “something else” in the sense of remarkable, not that the designer mixed and matched typefaces. If it weren’t for the R, Erbar and Vogue would be possible candidates.
But thanks for the larger, clearer samples. Still no luck on identifying its original name, but there is at least one digital typeface inspired by such labels—Recording Artist JNL (though it misses the mark on the R).
Better for the R, but worse for the S, is DynaGrotesk, a modern interpretation of some pre-Helvetica sans serifs.