What is the kanji on this teabox?

I tried various websites that let you look up kanji, but I could not find an exact match.

Any help appreciated.

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    They look like 壽 and 福 to me. – Flaw Oct 26 '19 at 17:41
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    And, the two kanji have many different ways to write in the old time in China (over 100 years ago). – Eric Wang Oct 26 '19 at 19:24

The first one:


The second one:


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