They are probably legacy Type 1/ Type 3 PostScript fonts. Windows should normally recognize them, but if it doesn't, then chances are they are indeed to old. anyway, I probably wouldn't bother to begin with. These fonts have no doubt been updated and refined over the years to include OpenType features for glyph substitution and otehr specialties and more critically, your old fonts would probably show any number of abnormalities like garbled characters, so you would probably do yourself a favor just buying the updated versions on MyFonts or wherever.
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