This handsome six-octave Clementi is number 14707 (stamped) which confirms its date as 1824. This eye-level view indicates that it is free from the twist (when the front right corner cocks up) which can be a problem with square pianos. The pedal is present, as we would expect in a piano of this quality.
Everything looks neat and tidy, and it has evidently received a new set of strings relatively recently.
Rosewood nameboard, and nice level keyboard with good ivories.
Soundboard and bridge look good.
One spring-guard seems to be missing (they don't do anything...) but Friends of Square pianos might have a good match in the spares-box.
Dampers have been replaced where necessary. The owner (who inherited the piano fifteen years ago) assures us that the piano 'plays , but needs a little tuning', which is only what we would expect.