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Museo

Museo

Open single
The '$' (dollar) has a single line which does not cross the 'S'.
Et shaped
The '&' (ampersand) looks like 'Et' with one enclosed loop.
Bar
The diagonal strokes of the upper-case 'K' connect to the vertical via a horizontal bar.
Above
The centre vertex of the upper-case 'M' is above the baseline.
Sloping
The verticals of the upper-case 'M' are sloping.
Angled
The top storey of the '3' is a sharp angle.
Spur
The upper-case 'G' has a spur/tail.
Two
The 'l' (lower-case 'L') has a left-facing upper serif and right-facing lower serif or tail.
Single-bar
The upper-case 'J' has a bar to the left.
Serif
The top of the lower-case 'q' has a right-facing serif.

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Arial

Arial

Single
The '$' (dollar) has a single line crossing the 'S'.
Closed
The '&' (ampersand) is traditional style with two enclosed loops.
Double
The diagonal strokes of the upper-case 'K' meet in a 'T'.
Baseline
The centre vertex of the upper-case 'M' is on the baseline.
Parallel
The verticals of the upper-case 'M' are parallel.
Round
The top storey of the '3' is a smooth curve.
No spur
The upper-case 'G' has no spur/tail.
Plain
The 'l' (lower-case 'L') has no serifs or tail.
Plain
The upper-case 'J' has no bar.
Spur
The top of the lower-case 'q' has a vertical or slightly angled spur (pointed or flat).