Apparently a spinoff of Benguiat Serendipity, with flared bottom halves. Shown in PLINC’s Alphabet Thesaurus, Vol. 2 (1965) in two widths. A third Wide style is listed as exclusive design, and is shown in Vol. 3 (1971). No known digitization. Dante (Lettergraphics) is very similar. It was also offered by Solotype under the name Dante Baily.
Lucas Liccini made a private digitization in 2020 as part of his Revivals & Renditions student project at UdK Berlin, based on both Zenedipity and Dante.