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Those samples are from the 1st edition of a 1917's book called "Problema Vital," published by Monteiro Lobato, a Brazilian writer. I could found lots of similar typefaces at ATF's specimen, but none is a perfect match. The /t looks very peculiar!
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This is the bold weight of a 1911 typeface by Wagner & Schmidt known under many names, including Lipsia-Antiqua, Neuklassisch, Regent-Antiqua, and Amstel. Nebiolo offered it as Radio:

I don’t know of a digital version.

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The upright weights have been digitized by RMU and released in February 2020, as Rekord Antiqua, the name historically used by the J. John & Söhne foundry.