Try your luck on Google: https://www.google.com/fonts/
Select Sans Serif and type your text including your accented letters ç, ã, õ, ê, ô, â
Based on the T and O I suggest one of the many Garamonds around.
Edited on Aug 26, 2015 at 14:56 by drf
Knitting letters together does not by definition produce understandable text.
... and the 'f'.
1974 looks like a stretched Lobster Two
Up goddamnit it said. Original image: http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/814777Lool.png
does not sound as a screenshot. Were it a screenshot pressing Ctrl+ a few times would have produced an image with larger characters. So if it were it could have posted an image with larger letters without any need to enlarge the image.
The accent doesn't match.
For the &, Sakkal Majalla, a Windows System font, so you have it.
Edited on Aug 26, 2015 at 10:40 by drf
Go out and do a few thingies SkyDraws ... get yourself a magnifying glass ... get yourself a course on how to handle that magnifying glass ... find yourself a course on reading and follow that course to the end... but most important of all and before all ... get yourself a brain transplant ... you desperately need one ... does not need to be a brain with a high IQ ... 23 will do for you ... already a huge improvement in your case.
At 40 dollar a face with a far more extensive character set (which includes all the characters of the Saginaw)Laramie Pro
seems to be a better buy that the Saginaw at 49$ a face.
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