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The second one appears to be male to me because it looks like it is getting yellow feathers on the face. I would just watch and see if the face becomes more and more yellow over the weeks. If it does, then you have a male. If it doesn't, it is most likely a female with yellow markings on the face. When my normal grey male was going through his first molt, he looked like what your pictures show so I'm pretty sure you have two males. If you for sure want to know, you could always DNA them or you could try wingspot sexing them. I find it works quite well with the normal grey mutation.
 

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Have you ever seen them fighting before? Since they are young, they should be fine in the same cage if they are both males. If you happen to get a female for one of them though, there could be a fight between the two because they both might want to get her attention. If so, I would separate them.
 
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