Can anyone identify this font.
It's from a government form, not sure what it is. Tried times new roman but the C is off.
Edited on Apr 03, 2013 at 13:28 by abakiz
Identified fontMinion Suggested by koeiekat
Suggested fontPefect Dos VGA 437 Suggested by daaams
Try to make it grayscale instead of black and white.
Grayscale has 256 colors (grades) of gray. B/W has only 2 colors. Thus the pixelation. And thus the loss of detail as in the upper serifs of the T.
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