Here are some pix of Jobling Regs. Nos. 795459 and 795460 - apologies that they lack some clarity/sharpness, which is due mainly to the poorer quality of mid 1930's photography when trying to capture opalescent glass - at least that's what I'd imagine these prototypes were made of.
Unfortunately, there is some in-built glare/reflection in these original sepia pix and sorry but I'm not clever enough to know how to remove this problem.
Whilst I appreciate that the example of the 'recumbent hart' In Dodsworth's catalogue is marked REGN. APPLIED FOR, my opinion is that his text should have included the appropriate Registration No., and have to say that I don't think many of us would describe the piece as a 'cellar' - these open pieces are usually called simply 'salts'.
- I've just realized that Steven doesn't include the Rd. No. for the fox in his own catalogue
It's not easy to produce high quality pix of these small opalescent pieces, with good definition etc., and I think that if you didn't know the animal in Dodsworth was a hart you might struggle - although his text does of course provide the answer.
Anyway, I think this is the best we are going to get here, so hope of some interest.