CMC-7 is one of two major typefaces used for magnetic ink character recognition (MICR), along with E-13B. It includes the ten digits plus five control characters; internal, terminator, amount, routing, and an unused character. CMC-7 was developed by Groupe Bull in 1957 and is used in France, Italy, Brazil, Mexico and elsewhere. [Wikipedia]
Berthold Fototypes offered a font for their Diatype that includes both E-13B and CMC-7, latter with an uppercase alphabet. Monotype offered an alphabet as well. Linotype CMC-7 is a digital version that also contains these alphabetic characters. It is used for the sample.
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