Classic Caesar Cipher Medallion Decoder

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Classic Caesar Cipher Medallion Decoder

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The top ring rotates around the bottom ring, setting your secret code number in the window. To use this ring, think of the inner disk as the true message and the outer disk as the encoded message. The numbers in the square window of the inner disk represent the code shift of your message. If you set 1 in the window, there is a shift of 1, and "A"="B", "B"="C" and so on. To encode a message, first choose your secret code shift number. Let's use 17 for an example by turning the inner disk until 17 is seen in the window. To encode "HELLO" you look across from "H" on the inner disk and see "Y" on the outer disk. Across from "E" is "V", "L"="C", "L"="C" again, and "O"="F". So with a code shift of 17, HELLO is encoded to YVCCF. The recipient of a message must know the code shift number to decode a message. Let's decode XPDDLRP. We have no idea what it says, but if we know the code number is 11, we can set that in the window. We decipher code from the outer ring to the inner. Across from "X" is "M", across from "P" is "E", "D"="S", "D"="S" again, "L"="A", "R"="G", and "P"="E". So XPDDLRP decoded with a shift of 11 is MESSAGE.
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The top ring rotates around the bottom ring, setting your secret code number in the window. To use this ring, think of the inner disk as the true message and the outer disk as the encoded message. The numbers in the square window of the inner disk represent the code shift of your message. If you set 1 in the window, there is a shift of 1, and "A"="B", "B"="C" and so on. To encode a message, first choose your secret code shift number. Let's use 17 for an example by turning the inner disk until 17 is seen in the window. To encode "HELLO" you look across from "H" on the inner disk and see "Y" on the outer disk. Across from "E" is "V", "L"="C", "L"="C" again, and "O"="F". So with a code shift of 17, HELLO is encoded to YVCCF. The recipient of a message must know the code shift number to decode a message. Let's decode XPDDLRP. We have no idea what it says, but if we know the code number is 11, we can set that in the window. We decipher code from the outer ring to the inner. Across from "X" is "M", across from "P" is "E", "D"="S", "D"="S" again, "L"="A", "R"="G", and "P"="E". So XPDDLRP decoded with a shift of 11 is MESSAGE.

Paper Measurement Method using a Finger Size Strip

An easy way to find the desired ring size is to print and cut out the diagram below. Please make be sure that your printer is set to 100%. Also, be sure that you have not reduced the print size in your printer 'page setup' area. You can verify that the ring sizer printed correctly by measuring it with a ruler As shown, the distance from A to B must be 3 1/2 inches long.

Measure your Finger for Puzzle Rings

Insert the narrow end of the sizer through the "cut here" slot. With numbers on the outside, place the loop around your finger, and pull until the fit is snug but comfortable.

Once you have printed the ring size strip, please follow the following steps to find your ring size:

  1. Cut out the Finger Size Strip
  2. Cut a slit for Slot "A" as shown.
  3. With numbers facing outward, wrap the Finger Size Strip around the finger where the ring will be worn.
  4. Gently slide the pointed end Tab "B" through Slot "A" until the strip is snug, making sure to allow size for the knuckle.
  5. The number aligned with Slot "B" is your ring size.
  6. If the measurement falls between two numbers, your size is a half size For example, if the Finger Size Strip is between the 4 and 5, your ring size is 4.5 or 4 ½. If half sizes are not available, order the next largest size.

 

*Please note that the Paper Measurement Method is just one way to determine your ring size. To make certain that the Puzzle Ring ordered is the correct size, we always recommend having your finger measured by a professional jeweler.

Decoder Ring Policies

  • Quality of our products have a 100% guarantee
  • We will process your purchase exactly how your order was placed. Please double check your ring size prior to submitting. We are not responsible for ordering errors.