Mordred Font was designed by Deiter Steffmann in 1997. It’s a classic looking old english font that has a very elegant structure.
Mordred Font Character Map
Mordred Font Family
There are just two fonts in the Mordred family.
Further Information on Mordred font
Mordred v3.0 – Oct ’97, Paul Reid.
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Is Mordred Font Free to Download?
YES - Mordred Font is 100% free to download for personal use only. Mordred Font might be available to use commercially. Check in the information box in the side bar. If you want to download this font for commercial use, then you might need to get special permission from the author. A large selection of fonts that we feature on HighFonts.com like Mordred Font are free to use fonts. But if you can't find what you are looking for, then sometimes it makes sense to purchase a premium / paid for font.
It is sometimes the case that you won't be able to get permission to use free fonts like Mordred Font for a commercial project. When this happens it can be a lot easier and cheaper to just buy a premium font and not have the hassle of trying to get a commercial license for a free font.
Note that there are a lot of websites that will say "Free Download" but these are just attempts to get you to click on a link which will either take you to an ad landing page or you risk getting viruses on your computer. In the rare occasion that you do find a free download for all uses for a font like Mordred Font remember that it's illegal to use a font if you didn't get permission for it!
License Information for Mordred Font
Copyright of Mordred Font
Mordred Font is the intellectual property of its respective author Diet, provided it is original, and is protected by copyright laws in many parts of the world.
Mordred Font may be downloaded and used free of charge for both personal and commercial use, as long as the usage is not racist or illegal.
Personal use refers to all usage that does not generate financial income in a business manner, for instance:
personal scrapbooking for yourself
recreational websites and blogs for friends and family
prints such as flyers, posters, t-shirts for churches, charities, and non-profit organizations
Commercial use refers to usage in a business environment, including:
business cards, logos, advertising, websites for companies
t-shirts, books, apparel that will be sold for money
flyers, posters for events that charge admission
freelance graphic design work
anything that will generate direct or indirect income