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Yes, they are, and a few others. The keyboard pictured looks like a Ducky Shine, which has 4 extra multimedia keys above the numpad.
Your answer wasn't very clear. How many keys are there actually? The picture I linked to shows 112, which is more than the description says.
Dude, its not rocket science, what you see in that picture is what you get. I don't understand what is so confusing.
The thing which is not supposed to be hard is getting the title and description right. Theres a contradiction there (compared to the pictures) so there is a need for clarification. Either those extra keys in the picture are a mistake, or the description is a mistake, or both.
I am building a keyboard from scratch using a phantom PCB, I need to know what keys I will have so I can design the plate around them. Not that it matters, I shouldn't need an excuse to know what I will be sent when I pay for something.
This key set is for a standard 108 keyboard but there are extra symbols for the top-right 4 keys. It's that simple.
Your /guess/ is as good as mine. Of course, my first theory was there is actually 112 keys in each set. However, neither of us can know for sure until someone who knows for sure (the GB organiser) fixes the description.