My friend George Keller has provided me pictures of a coin that bears an encrypted inscription. Can a reader decipher it?

A medal that is depicted in a Freemason document from 1952 bears two encrypted inscriptions. Can a reader decipher them?

The Freemasons are known to have created a great variety of encrypted documents. Can a reader solve this one from the 19th century?

The pigpen cipher (also known as Freemason’s cipher) is the most popular secret writing alphabet in history. It has been used to encrypt gravestone inscriptions, treasure maps, certificates, testaments, mug inscriptions, beer labels and more. Today, I’m going to introduce ten especially interesting uses.

An unknown Freemason author once published a book, the content of which is given as a picture word puzzle (rebus). The solution is not known to me.