OCR-A – In the early days of computer optical character recognition, there was a need for a font that could be recognized not only by the computers of that day, but also by humans. The resulting compromise was the OCR-A font, which used simple, thick strokes to form recognizable characters.
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Adobe Jenson.svg It is a classic old style typeface. Well suited for the organic nature of a museum. Finally rendered Serif's in very detail. It's a very sturdy looking type, like it will last. It has modern contrast between the boldest and thinnest strokes. It's all organic, there are no straight lines. Nothing mechanical, nothing repetitive.