I'm sorry if this is not the right place to ask, but I have seen other "font license" related questions on this site, and no amount of googling has yielded an answer.
Some time in 2001, I downloaded the free (archived articles say "for personal use") Sun Office 5.2, which came with a nice selection of fonts. That eventually became OpenOffice, so obviously I no longer have that installed, but I do still have the fonts, which when viewed with FontForge show a Copyright notice (Element > Font Info > PS Names > Copyright) of:
(c) 1995, Star Division GmbH, Hamburg
I tried finding info about the license of the font, read up on Wikipedia, searched for license info on font websites, but no luck. Basically, I want to know if I can use these fonts commercially. By "commercially" I mean: use the fonts to create images where the images are for commercial use, (as opposed to selling software with the font, or selling the fonts themselves).
Some of the fonts that fall under this group are:
Americano, Andorra, Arcus, Armada, ArtA, ArtB, ArtC, ArtD, ArtE, Artefakt, Avance, Aventure, Bahama, Baikal, Banberry, Baroness, Bavaria, Beda, Benelux, Brequet, CadillacCaps, Camarco, Cephyr, Chelsea, Cleo, Domo, EnriqueCaps, Erato, Eriva, Farny, Frantic, Gamins, Gero, Goncourt, Helmet, Houdon, Kiddy, Korinth, LarmaCaps, Murnau, Nuance, Opera, Pakira, Proto, Rocco, Sega, Slim, Solo, Styx, Symco, Timida, Timmons, Tintin, Uncopro, Uncorpo, Undine, Usage, Veltina, Wassily, Zazie