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I need to create a "works on all major browsers" graphics for a web application, where can I find free or cheap images of browser icons from all the major browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)?

Alternatively, is there a (again, free or cheap) ready made "works on all browsers" image I can use?

The images must be free or cheap for commercial use and preferably don't require attribution.

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I use iconspedia to find the icons that I need.

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Hey, great link. – Christopher Feb 14 '11 at 8:47
If you have a disclaimer: All trademarks are owned by their respective owners or whatever, then usually you can use them - not sure about the distributing them. - At least with Iconspedia you define licenses in the search. – palbakulich Feb 14 '11 at 9:52

There are lots of free browser icons available for use.

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Actually not, look at the 5 first results of the Google search: #1 for personal use (I need it for a commercial project), #2 tons of icons - but no browser icons, #3 no browser icons, #4 same icons as #1 but with the license file removed, #5 iconpedia - has most browsers but no commercial use IE icon --- 90% of the browser icons you find on icon sites are the same "for personal use" set. – Nir Feb 14 '11 at 9:24
There are a lot of results. You don't have to look long to find a set that meets your criteria. – John Conde Feb 14 '11 at 12:43

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