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Not necesserily the font, only letters.
They're from the cover of “The Elements of Typographic Style”.
i would guess by the rest of the character grouping that they are also e's, perhaps just in different alphabets/languages. ?
a complete image
You're right. The n-looking one is probably Greek Eta (η). Any idea about the font?
Well 2.png is the Greek letter eta. As for 1.png, it corresponds to the open-mid central rounded vowel (in IPA, the international phonetic alphabet) and the tilde on top of it should mean that it is nasalized.
2.png is GFS Bodoni.
Thank you for help.