Matura was designed by the Hungarian wood engraver and type designer Imre Reiner in 1938 and released by the Monotype Corporation.
Matura is a bold upright script that looks as if it were written with a broad-edged pen; a set of vibrant near-flourished capitals, called scriptorial capitals, broadens the usual range of script faces.
Mercurius Script was designed by the Hungarian wood engraver and type designer Imre Reiner in 1957 for the Monotype Corporation.
The expressiveness of this bold script typeface is the result of Reiners use of a bamboo pen for Mercurius Scripts elemental shapes.
Glamour was originally released by Lanston Monotype in 1948. It is based on Corvinus designed by Imre Reiner.
P22 Designer Colin Kahn has added some unusual variants to this family illustrating that Glamour can be taken too far and have somewhat unglamorous results.
Skyline was commissioned from Font Bureau by Condé Nast specifically as headletter for Traveler magazine. This strongly personal work of Imre Reiner from 1929 and 1934 was known in Europe as Corvinus.
One of the earliest fonts published by Canada Type was Almanac, Phil Rutter's digitization of Imre Reiner’s 1957 calligraphic typeface, London Script. In 2007, when the font was revisited for an update, it was shown that it too light for applications under 24 pt, and too irregular for applications over 64 pt.
Boondock is another Imre Reiner design resurrected from the ashes of hot metal type for digital use.