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Looks like Augustea (by Butti & Novarese for Nebiolo, 1955), with a little redrawing of the N.
And here's a belated scan
I am looking for the serif face. It does look custom, but wondering which face it's based on or a face that closely resembles it. Thx in advance. Here's a big larger logo.
It could be based on Book Antiqua. See attached.
I did a full run on the 'Serif' section of the FontBook, but that revealed nothing. I'm not so sure about the Book-Antiqua/Palatino lead. Your sample is more fluid, less squarish than Zapf's type.
Now I'm stumped... ?!
Well, the all-caps sans is Avenir. But I think you're probably looking for the serif one, which I can't tell what it is. That Y makes me tempted to say it's a custom alphabet for this logo. If you could get us a bigger sample, it would be very helpful. ;-)