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I'm looking for a font like Zamenhof for a project I'm working on, but would prefer not to have to purchase the font.

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Anyone know of a similar typeface?

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Are you getting paid for the project? If so, consider paying for the tools. –  DA01 Nov 14 '12 at 2:47
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It's a personal project. If it was a project I was getting paid for I'd buy the font and charge it to the client... Not that I needed your moral feedback. –  InfluenceJamie Nov 14 '12 at 5:30
    
Perhaps you don't need it. Lots of 'designers' do, though. There's an assumption by many people out there that a) there is a free knock off of every font out there and b) there is no reason not to use the knock offs. –  DA01 Nov 14 '12 at 7:38
    
But one to consider might be Bender: losttype.com/font/?name=Bender It's pay-what-you-want (including nothing). –  DA01 Nov 14 '12 at 8:00
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Look at Intro Inline, free for personal use http://www.fonts2u.com/intro-inline.font

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Awesome - totally the winner. –  InfluenceJamie Nov 22 '12 at 1:12
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There are a bunch of free fonts that imitate the "Jurassic Park" font (which is actually Neuland Inline - based on Neuland, a commercial font designed in 1923).

One is African font by Allen R. Walden (freeware):

It's hard to find much information about where it comes from but it at least doesn't look like it's an exact copy of Neuland.

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Pipeline - Not free but half the price of Zamenhof

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But not similar in any way, apart from being inlined. –  e100 Nov 14 '12 at 13:55
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