Admittedly my subject heading was hardly conducive to helping people find designs of pressed 'pickles' - which is why Neil you may not have seen this post from August last year: http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,42711.0.html
At least I think this is the Molineaux Webb pattern No. 357 from your page of designs - but I could of course be wrong, it has been known
. I did think that the drawing/illustration on your post looked almost as though it had a 'star' on the top of the lid - but not sure - mine certainly doesn't.
My example is without any Rd. No. and shows very heavy wear on the flat outer foot rim. The 'stone' remains the largest foreign body to date that I've seen in a piece of glass.
Like so many good intentions, pickles joined the ranks of saws, hammers, celeries, salts, match strikers, swans, knife rests, woodworking planes etc. etc. that I had every intention of becoming a world renowned collector of...........but like most of us discovered that I hadn't the time or space - but I do collect the odd pickle from charity shops and boot sales. They remain quite common, and most non-collectors are unsure of what they really are, since pickles have probably long since ceased being kept in purpose made jars such as these.
I very much like the celery on ebay, although don't think I'd be prepared to pay that price - that flared rim shape is quite unusual for a celery, I think.