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As anyone who makes maps knows, one of the key elements in making a map look good are the fonts that are used. New fonts can inspire a new look but can be expensive to purchase. Vitaly Friedman has a list of the “20 Best License-Free Official Fonts” - in other words, fonts to be used for business or professional purposes (you won't find Comic Sans here!). Aside from listing of these fonts, the site also includes links to other free font resources. Be prepared to be overwhelmed. Nevertheless, a site to bookmark and use for when inspiration is needed.

By way of J. Mostoway.

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