Font ID: serif, with numbers only

a12e's picture

Anyone have any ideas? I ran this sample through a couple of other font ID sites with no matches yet.

The story behind this font, in case it helps in any way:

My boss had me redo a set of business cards for a number of new recruits, but he doesn't have the originals, so I'm tasked with recreating them from scratch. I scanned his card in and re-arranged the numbers so as to not reveal addresses/phone numbers.

The curious thing is that all the alphabetical letters were done in Century Gothic, but the numbers were done in this unknown font, and thus I only have the numbers as a sample.

The closest match I've found so far is Courier, but differences are still there.

Any insights are much appreciated!

Thank you in advance,
Ryan

defiantone's picture

i'm sure it's not correct, but i did find a font called Buttzilla while looking. just thought i'd share :)

defiantone's picture

and to be more of use check out Levinim. maybe the alphas were this, and not CG?

a12e's picture

If Levinim had the texture of Buttzilla, it would be a perfect image match. :)

Thanks, defiantone!

defiantone's picture

hopefully you aren't trying to match the texture. that's just dots from the printing process. looks like the text sample you have was printed at oh, maybe 80% instead of 100% black.

and i still want to know where the name came from, relative to naming a font like that. made me giggle after reading a blog about farts in yoga class.

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