Looking at the Georgia font license, you can see that it is not free for trade publications.

I want to publish a commercial book using a font similar to Georgia, but with a free license.

Does anyone know of a font with this feature?

The type of publication is a trade book, which will be printed at IngramSpark (print on demand).

  • Georgia is one of the default fonts pre-installed on Windows computers. So if it came pre-installed on your computer, you already have a licence to use it. There is nothing in the Desktop EULA that prohibits its use in any kind of publication, commercial or otherwise. – Billy Kerr Jan 16 at 12:33
  • @BillyKerr i'm not working with computer in Windows, i'm using Linux (Ubuntu). At Google Fonts, Georgia appears with the trade-mark (R) with the note: No matches in the open source catalog. For write the document i will use LaTeX. – A. Cedano Jan 16 at 12:38
  • Gerogia is a pretty basic serif font. There are lots that are similar. Have a look at Linux Libertine/Libertinus fonts available from fontlibrary.org – Billy Kerr Jan 16 at 12:41
  • Also there are hundreds of serif fonts on google fonts you can look through: fonts.google.com/?category=Serif – Billy Kerr Jan 16 at 12:47
  • There are over 400 serif fonts at fontlibrary – Billy Kerr Jan 16 at 12:53

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