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What is the font / typeface is it in the image? (or any similar ones)

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It could be a Korean font that has support for the roman alphabet as well given CoffeeSmith is Korean. –  Ryan Jan 20 '13 at 18:34
    
We really do need a better photo. @Ilan Your edit (adding the second image) shows extra serifs which are not present in the physical letters. –  Andrew Leach Jun 3 at 6:53
    
@AndrewLeach they are present, I checked every single serif :) –  Ilan Jun 3 at 10:43

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It looks similar to Minerva Modern Bold with some (quite a few) modifications:

Other similar fonts include Optima Demi-bold and URW Classico.

Edit: user Ilmari Karonen in the comments just pointed out this font, Serif Gothic Bold, which looks very similar apart from the stroke emphasis:

Maybe you can combine the shape of the top one and the serifs and details of the bottom one...

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Not a bad match for the general appearance, but the details are pretty far off. The font in the picture clearly has flare or spur serifs, somewhat like ITC Serif Gothic (which has the serifs and a similar "m", although it is not otherwise very similar at all) or Mythica (which is closer in general appearance, but still off in several details). –  Ilmari Karonen Nov 19 '12 at 12:41
    
Serif Gothic actually looks very similar apart from the stroke emphasis! Mind if I put it in my answer? –  thomasrutter Nov 20 '12 at 3:29
    
Sure, go ahead. –  Ilmari Karonen Nov 20 '12 at 11:26
    
Fairly certain that coffee and smith are different typefaces. –  horatio Nov 20 '12 at 16:09

For further research you may be able to square the image using the skew tool in Photoshop and then load it into What the Font

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