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It looks like an ITC Caslon 224 Book artificially stencilized, with a modified /A (You can also use a 180 deg. rotated /V in place of /A)
Thanks for your reply! The font does look similar but it seems like most of the letters in the font I'm searching for have disconnections. You can clearly see it in the 'O' for instance. The rotated V for an A could very well be true though.
The disconnections you mention are typical in a stencil font, that's why I said the font it's probably "artificially stencilized". I can't find any stencil font like this, so I believe the disconnections are made by the logo designer and are not part of the original font used.
What Fivos says.
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Ok, I'll look into it. Thanks!