### Clue 1

Hmmm... How can a string of numbers be a name?

### Clue 2

It isn't alphanumeric... what's the pattern mean?

### Solution

The numbers are an early portion of the Fibonacci sequence.

### Clue 3

They all get larger, so maybe a famous number?

### Clue 4

Or perhaps a well-known "sequence"...

### Clue 1

Hmmm... How can a string of numbers be a name?

### Clue 2

It isn't alphanumeric... what's the pattern mean?

### Solution

The numbers are an early portion of the Fibonacci sequence.

### Clue 3

They all get larger, so maybe a famous number?

### Clue 4

Or perhaps a well-known "sequence"...

### Clue 1

Oof. So many numbers! Maybe the image behind them can help.

### Clue 2

It's a shape that just keeps going and going...

### Solution

This cipher is a cyclical alphabet, with the numbers always ascending and never starting over. So while A is 1, A is also 27 and so on.

### Clue 3

And the numbers just keep getting bigger and bigger, too.

### Clue 4

Maybe it's an alphabet that goes on forever!

### Clue 1

First, perhaps a little research is needed.

### Clue 2

The name of the queen doesn't seem to be working.

### Solution

This stamp was commonly known as the Penny Black. So Ms. Black's first name here in Penny.

### Clue 3

Maybe something more colloquial...

### Clue 4

It might be staring you in the face.

### Clue 1

Hmmm... How can a string of numbers be a name?

### Clue 2

It isn't alphanumeric... what's the pattern mean?

### Solution

The numbers are an early portion of the Fibonacci sequence.

### Clue 3

They all get larger, so maybe a famous number?

### Clue 4

Or perhaps a well-known "sequence"...