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Bodoni

Bodoni

Double
The '$' (dollar) has a double line crossing the 'S'.
Below
The upper-case 'J' descends below the baseline.
Closed
The '4' is closed.
No-Spur
The upper-case 'G' foot has no spur or serif.
Four
The top of the upper-case 'W' has four upper terminals.
Serifs
The bar of the '4' has double serifs.
Gap
The junction of the upper-case 'K' leaves a visible gap with the vertical.
Balls
The '3' strokes are both terminated with balls.
Symmetrical
The '8' is symmetrical about a vertical axis.

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Didot

Didot

Single
The '$' (dollar) has a single line crossing the 'S'.
On
The upper-case 'J' sits on the baseline.
Open
The '4' is open.
Spur
The upper-case 'G' foot has a downward pointing spur.
Three
The top of the upper-case 'W' has three upper terminals.
None
The bar of the '4' has no serifs or spur.
Meets
The junction of the upper-case 'K' touches the vertical.
Upper
The '3' strokes are terminated with a ball at the top, plain at the bottom.
Asymmetrical
The '8' is asymmetrical about a vertical axis.