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Audimat

Audimat

Single
The '$' (dollar) has a single line crossing the 'S'.
Round
The top storey of the '3' is a smooth curve.
Spur
The top of the lower-case 'q' has a vertical or slightly angled spur (pointed or flat).
Base
The lower-case 'i' has double lower serifs.
Single
The top of the '1' (digit one) is horizontal single-sided.
Spur/foot
The lower-case 'b' has a downward-pointing spur or foot (pointed or flat).

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Audimat 3000

Audimat 3000

Open single
The '$' (dollar) has a single line which does not cross the 'S'.
Angled
The top storey of the '3' is a sharp angle.
Missing
The top of the lower-case 'q' has no spur or serif.
Plain
The lower-case 'i' has no serifs or tail.
Slanted
The top of the '1' (digit one) is straight or curved slanted.
None
The lower-case 'b' has no lower spur, foot, or serif.