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Hi can anyone help me with this one?

Looking for the pixel font used in this image.

Tried searching pixel font on the web, the closest result I got is VCR OSD MONO.  It looks like VCR OSD MONO font but I guess it's not because of the lowercase doesn't match. Mainly focusing on "Bookmark" and "joechia.com". 

Original image can be found in this link >>>



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Riccardo Sartori

LCD Plus or JD LCD Rounded.


Below my previous answer, which no longer apply, but contains links at similar typefaces, for whomever may be interested.


I doubt you will find an exact match: the font is almost certainly a proprietary one that only lives in the dot matrix/impact/thermal machine used to print the document.

There are similar typefaces constructed using the same 5×7 grid (5×10 counting the descenders), but none that I can find that matches all the features (especially the |j|). Here are, specifically for the lowercase, in no particular order, some:



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Kevin Thompson

Didn’t mean to repeat parts of Riccardo’s fine answer, just didn’t hit refresh before I posted:



Sorry, but if your sample was actually printed by a dot matrix receipt printer, they typically use fonts that don’t correspond to typefaces used for print. Those fonts are usually proprietary to the printer manufacturer.

I ran your sample through multiple font matching databases—no match. That j is quite distinctive.

The best you can hope for among digital typefaces is something that mimics the look, not an exact match—something like Foundry Plek Medium.



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