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There are so many fonts out there – but it seems you have to pay for all the good ones. Put your credit card away and enjoy these free fonts. Available to you are many more sets – linked below.

Check out more font collections on Mintywhite.com


Most of these fonts have their copyrights in the zip file. Please respect the copyrights (if any) of these fonts, and be sure to thank the owners.

Abusive Pencil

Free Fonts for Windows

Acid Label

Free Fonts for Windows

alba

Free Fonts for Windows

Base 02

Free Fonts for Windows

Negotiate

Free Fonts for Windows

Street Cred

Free Fonts for Windows

Tak Enchanted

Free Fonts for Windows

Today

Free Fonts for Windows

Toy Soldiers

Free Fonts for Windows

Ultimate Midnight

Free Fonts for Windows

Want More Fonts?

Download more fonts here.

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12 thoughts on “Typography: Free Stylish Fonts Collection [Set 5]”

  1. cleminmi says:

    Thanks for the font overdose

  2. cleminmi says:

    Thanks for the font overdose

  3. cleminmi says:

    Thanks for the font overdose

  4. Jo says:

    How are these really free when Zip charges $29?

  5. Jo says:

    How are these really free when Zip charges $29?

    1. Rich says:

      What is zip? If you are looking for an alternative to WinZip (which I suspect you are) try 7-zip

  6. Jo says:

    How are these really free when Zip charges $29?

    1. Rich says:

      What is zip? If you are looking for an alternative to WinZip (which I suspect you are) try 7-zip

  7. Rich says:

    What is zip? If you are looking for an alternative to WinZip (which I suspect you are) try 7-zip

  8. Angie says:

    I’m not sure what Zip is, either. I just simply save the file to my desk top, right click on it and extract all. No problem dragging the font to my Windows font file.

  9. Angie says:

    I’m not sure what Zip is, either. I just simply save the file to my desk top, right click on it and extract all. No problem dragging the font to my Windows font file.

  10. Angie says:

    I’m not sure what Zip is, either. I just simply save the file to my desk top, right click on it and extract all. No problem dragging the font to my Windows font file.

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