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Royal Kevino - Serif Font Font Details

Please see the details of the Royal Kevino - Serif Font font below. The details includes the note of the author, license type and the representation of the font in [A-Z], [a-z], [0-9] characters.

Royal Kevino - Serif Font by hanzel_space (60 downloads) Report

Note of the author

Royal Kevino is a sophisticated serif font that exudes elegance and regality. With its clean lines and classic design, this font is perfect for adding a touch of luxury to your projects. The tall ascenders and descenders give it a sense of grandeur, making it ideal for headings, invitations, and other formal designs.

What makes Royal Kevino even more appealing is that it is available for free download at FontsMarket.com. This means that you can easily access this stunning font and use it in your personal and commercial projects without any cost. Whether you're working on a wedding invitation, a branding project, or a magazine layout, Royal Kevino is sure to elevate your design with its timeless beauty. Download it today and add a touch of royalty to your creations.

License

Free For Personal Use

How to install

If the downloaded file is in zip format, extract the file

  • Windows 10/8/7/Vista: Right-click on the font files > "Install"
  • Windows XP: Put the font files into C:\Windows\Fonts
  • Mac OS X: Double-click the font file > "Install font" button.

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