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How can I buy a custom font? I am looking for NCR cash register custom font

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I am wondering if I could download a font! The font that I am looking is being used for NCR cash registers, and it is called NCR custom font

Please see attached, if you know any other fonts closed to this might help!!

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The smaller typeface is a monospaced sans-serif typeface.  Have a look at these examples on Wikipedia; one of them should be close.

The larger typeface is also a monospaced sans-serif typeface.  It looks to be the smaller typeface expanded to double-wide and formatted bold.
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