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Note for example the repeating _o_ is different. The upper stroke of the first _z_ continues the the rise in the arc of the bottom loop of _J_ and the top of the second _z_ takes it down again, plus the diagonal stroke of the two _z_s are very different, etc.
I'm with Don--it appears to be hand-lettered.
The Argentinian type foundry Sudtipos makes amazing script fonts, some of which come close to the feel of your sample:
Other options in a similar vein, though not as "smooth":
Thanks for the information and prompt replys. I tried other identification sites and came up blank. Now I know why.
I also know where to go if I can't identify through other means.