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'''The legend writ, the stain affected, the key in Silence undetected, fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend.'''
 
'''The legend writ, the stain affected, the key in Silence undetected, fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend.'''
   
This riddle was the key to finding the lost treasure of the colonials in ''[[National Treasure]]''. It was engraved on a [[Meerschaum Pipe|meerschaum pipe]] that the captain of the ''[[Charlotte]]'' guarded with his life. Each section corresponded to a different component needed to find the way to the treasure.
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This riddle was the key to finding the lost treasure of the colonials in ''[[National Treasure]]''. It was engraved on a [[Meerschaum Pipe]] that the captain of the ''[[Charlotte]]'' guarded with his life. Each section corresponded to a different component needed to find the way to the treasure.
   
'''The legend writ:''' Refers to the Ottendorf cipher needed to locate Benjamin Franklin's glasses.
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'''The legend writ:''' Refers to the [[Ottendorf Cipher]] needed to locate [[Benjamin Franklin]]'s [[Ocular Device]].
   
 
'''The stain affected: '''The map is invisible to the naked eye.
 
'''The stain affected: '''The map is invisible to the naked eye.
   
'''The key in Silence undetected:''' The key to the Ottendorf cipher is in the Silence Dogood letters that Benjamin Franklin wrote.
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'''The key in Silence undetected:''' The key to the Ottendorf cipher is in the [[Silence Dogood Letters]] that Benjamin Franklin wrote.
   
'''Fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend:''' The map is hidden on the back of the Declaration of Independence.
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'''Fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend:''' The map is hidden on the back of the [[Declaration of Independence]].
 
[[Category:Clues]]
 
[[Category:Clues]]
 
[[Category:National Treasure Clues]]
 
[[Category:National Treasure Clues]]

Revision as of 15:02, April 26, 2020

Meerschaum Pipe Clue

The legend writ, the stain affected, the key in Silence undetected, fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend.

This riddle was the key to finding the lost treasure of the colonials in National Treasure. It was engraved on a Meerschaum Pipe that the captain of the Charlotte guarded with his life. Each section corresponded to a different component needed to find the way to the treasure.

The legend writ: Refers to the Ottendorf Cipher needed to locate Benjamin Franklin's Ocular Device.

The stain affected: The map is invisible to the naked eye.

The key in Silence undetected: The key to the Ottendorf cipher is in the Silence Dogood Letters that Benjamin Franklin wrote.

Fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend: The map is hidden on the back of the Declaration of Independence.

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