This Clementi does need a fair bit of attention, but it seems to have avoided unwise intervention, and apart from the pedal and a few ivories, all the bits seem to be there.
The pretty little painting and gold name are in good condition.
It retains all six legs with brass collars and casters, and a brass mouldiong along the top of the (separate) three-drawer stand.
The ink number dates it to 1811. Coincidentally, my second square piano was number 10440, identical to this one. After restoration, it was a delightful piano.
This one is in Dorrington, near Lincoln; the price is £450. Please contact contact Lydia Frisby email@example.com