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While those licences are not illegal, they are no use to you . ..
Those are volume licences for Windows 10, they will initially activate and after a month or so, they will de-activate as those licences are meant to be re-armed on a regular basis form the company servers, which you will not be able to do
Honestly, you would be wasting you money and would at a later stage have to purchase a legit copy of Windows . . .