A variant of the Masonic Cipher, a substitution cipher I use as Thieves' Cant in my D&D game. Details can be found here:
A font created to display text using the Pigpen Cipher (otherwise known as the Masonic Cipher) in as simple of a design as possible. All characters are using just a 5 by 5 grid in the FontStruct system. Modified Pigpen is in place to include the numbers if desired. This Cipher was first published in 1531.
It seems like nearly everyone has done a version of the Pigpen Cipher. This one is done according to actual source material, and it's 5x5 so it's extremely small.
This is a font of the Pigpen Cipher used on the 1794 tombstone of James Leeson in the graveyard of Trinity Church in Manhattan. The original cipher does not include a J or . [period] so I have added them to the two unused (and thus, available) spots of the grid.
Uppercase and Lowercase letters are the same. There are no numbers nor punctuation (with the exception of the period mentioned above).
Pigpen cipher font. It's an alternative, where the cipher goes AB CD EF instead of AJ BK CL. Upper and lower cases are the same. I hope it helps you write ciphers easier!