Hi. I'm on Android and cannot access the seal script font. I have tried every other tool at hand, bar a physical dictionary (none with s. script at hand). Could someone help me transliterate these two to modern script?
Hi! I tried it with Wenlin, which has a nice radical search. The first character's radical on the left side is 糸, the whole character is 绿／綠 (green). If anyone knows what the long form of the second character’s radical is, that may help.
The upper part of the character looks like the upper part of the seal character for cai 採 or bian 釆. If you take just the upper part, it would be zhao or zhua 爫. This doesn’t match 100%, but it could be a variant.
Guys, can't thank you enough! It was a small-time tea label, which name I couldn't read. Third character was 号 but I recognized it immediately, so I cropped it out. I googled lvshunhao and there it was. I also used dullr.com to help confirm.