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I am looking for the name of the font in the picture.

Any idea will be highly appreciated.

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Btw, I have closely observed and matched it with Times New Roman but its not that(Some of the serifs do not match). Feel free to verify anyway. Also, its a high res image so you can take a really closer look.

  • When zooming close, some letters look really odd in this shot which makes me wonder how it was captured. Especially the lowercase u (i.e. in fulfillment) look off the baseline and too big. – curious Jul 22 '14 at 18:48
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Probably, it is bookman-old-style font

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or some of CASLONs fonts -

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  • No, I guess not. Observe the alphabet 'C', it has a serif at the bottom tail in Caslon while 'C' in my picture has not."Probably, it is some of CASLONs fonts" : I need the complete set.Its really important – Manish Kumar Sharma Jul 13 '14 at 10:49
  • @pulp_fiction adobe caslon has similar C, but anyway caslon seems to be pretty close myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/adobe-caslon – Ilan Jul 13 '14 at 10:51
  • Right, it is! but just askin, the normal caslon and Adobe Caslon are different right? And did Adobe create Caslon(all of them)? – Manish Kumar Sharma Jul 13 '14 at 10:55
  • Its not Adobe Caslon exactly!!. You really had me believing, I mean they are really close indeed! – Manish Kumar Sharma Jul 13 '14 at 10:59
  • @pulp_fiction there are thousands of caslon-like fonts :) – Ilan Jul 13 '14 at 11:00
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More exactly, it looks like ITC Bookman to me

ITC Bookman DemiITC Bookman Roman

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  • No, I guess not. Observe the alphabets 'a' and 'c' carefully. The serif of 'a' is curvy at the baseline in ITC bookman but that's not the case with my text(mine is touching the baseline). Also the letter 'c' serif at the top turns at a different angle (almost right angle) than what is in my text.(myfonts.com/fonts/itc/bookman) View at full zoom – Manish Kumar Sharma Jul 18 '14 at 5:00

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