I need the help of my readers to correctly decipher two encrypted newspaper ads from 1882.
In 1891, an unknown person published an advertisement in the Morning Post. Five words in this message are encrypted. Can a reader break this cryptogram?
In 1873, an unknown person published two encrypted advertisements in the Daily Telegraph. Can a reader break these cryptograms?
In 1897, an unknown person published an encrypted advertisement in the Daily Telegraph. The only two words left in the clear are JIM LOCKET. Can a reader break this cryptogram?
In the 19th century, a series of over 40 encrypted ads was published in a British newspaper. Can a reader decipher them?
From 1833 to 1836 two lovers in England exchanged 35 love messages via encrypted newspaper advertisements. The key is known. Can my readers help me to decrypt these messages?
Here’s another encrypted text from an advertisement. It comes from Canada.
In 1931 US shoe manufacturer Hood published a series of advertisements containing encrypted messages in a boy scout magazine. Can you solve them?