How to display the image(person's signature) that is stored as varchar(max) in sql server into SSRS report?

I have column (in sql server table) that seems to have the array of numbers like 58,35,55,36,55,36,52,38,50,38,46,41,46,42,45,43,44,44,44,44,45,44,45,45,46,45,49,45,49,45,53,43,56,38,57,37,57,37,57,39,58,42,58,45,59,47 and it is of varchar(max) datatype.
That's the signature of the client (they sign in using a device called pointcare.)
I need to display the client  signature in SSRS report.
How do i do that?

What are the datatypes supported by SSRS in order to display as image(like signature)?
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Ryan McCauleyEnterprise Analytics ManagerCommented:
Do you have any idea what the format is? I've seen signatures stored both as images and as drawing instructions - I suspect it's the second one, but without some additional detail, I'm not sure you'll be able to decode this.

Is there a vendor you can reach out to in order to get some detail on how these items are being stored, and to possibly get a code sample they have for retrieving them? Even if it's not in your language of choice (I got a code sample in my case in Java, and needed to port it into VB.NET - not a huge difference, but still), you'll at least have somewhere to start.

Unfortunately, there's no standard way to store a signature so you'll need some additional direction here.

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PriyaVijiAuthor Commented:
We contacted the vendor and got the vb code to draw the image from coordinates.
Thank you
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